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So, You Have a Judgment Against a California Contractor or Subcontractor. What Next? How Can I Enforce Payment?
The Contractors’ State License Board (“CSLB”) represents the interests of the public in California construction matters. In the field of … Continued
Valid Process? Unconstitutional? Invitation for Legislative Change? Various sections of the California Civil Code, beginning with section 8000, protect the … Continued
The Notice of Non-Responsibility: Only Limited Protection from Contractor, Subcontractor or Supplier Mechanics Lien Claims
The Notice of Non-Responsibility: Only Limited Protection from Contractor, Subcontractor or Supplier Mechanics Lien Claims In California, a powerful legal … Continued
In the California building and construction industry, the “Preliminary Notice” is an absolute prerequisite for Subcontractors and Suppliers to protect their right to be paid for work performed and materials provided to a construction project. Without the proper drafting and service of a Preliminary Notice, Subcontractors and Suppliers cannot protect their right to payment using such indispensable collection remedies as the Mechanics Lien, Stop Payment Notice and Payment Bond Claim.