In an industry that often encounters slow pay, short pay, and no pay issues, preliminary notices and mechanics liens are contractors’ and subcontractors’ most valuable tools for settling payment disputes.
This can become even more challenging if there are any changes in pre-lien or lien law that you are unaware of.
CNS has been around for almost 40 years. During our time servicing contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers, there have been several legislative changes concerning the laws that govern the mechanics lien process.
We prioritize staying on top of any changes, large or small, to provide our customers with the most up-to-date and accurate prelim and mechanics lien services.
Continue reading to learn about the many changes that could affect how your prelim or mechanics lien is processed.
Changes That Can Affect Your Pre-lien or Mechanics Lien
Law changes and other outside factors can seriously impact the validity of your preliminary notices or mechanics liens when trying to receive due payment.
Some of these changes are large and may be widely known, while others can be small and slip under the radar until it’s too late.
Several years ago, the entire construction section of the civil code underwent a significant restructuring. This was done to clarify several topics, create new requirements, and change some of the language in how the various documents must be presented to hold up in court.
However, more recent changes affect how preliminary notices are processed. These changes can happen at any time without warning and include things such as postage rate changes and certified mail changes.
How CNS Helps With Construction Notices
At CNS, we understand that you’re constantly juggling multiple priorities for your business.
Properly preparing construction notices is critical, but it can also be time-consuming and use up resources. Having to keep track of changes that could affect your notices simply complicates the task further.
Our services are meant to work as an extension of your business to make the pre-lien and mechanics lien process easier for you. We keep track of all the latest changes and requirements to verify the accuracy of your preliminary notices and mechanics liens.
That means you don’t need to worry about staying on top of the most recent legal changes to the process, paying attention to postage rates, or learning about differences in return receipt management.
Choosing CNS for Your Lien Services
At CNS, we have built our business on taking all concerns regarding prelim and mechanics lien information verification off your plate. We want you to be able to fully focus on executing on the job site without worrying about whether or not your pre-liens are up to date with any recent changes driven by outside entities.
This way, you can be sure that your construction notices are being properly prepared and processed to protect your lien rights.
Contact us today to get a preliminary notice started.
Prefer to call? You can reach us at 800-366-5660.
Disclaimer: CNS is not an attorney, and if you need legal advice, please contact one.