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GOOD-TO-KNOW POINTS REGARDING (I) MILLER ACT PAYMENT BONDS AND (II) PAYMENT BOND SURETY COMPELLING ARBITRATION

Every now and then I come across an opinion that addresses good-to-know more...

PROVING IMPACTS TO CRITICAL PATH TO DEFEAT LIQUIDATED DAMAGES ASSESSMENT

When a contractor is staring down the barrel of an owner?s assessment more...

GENERAL CONTRACTOR SUPPORTING A SUBCONTRACTOR’S CHANGE ORDER ONLY FOR OWNER TO REJECT THE CHANGE

The opinion in Westchester Fire Ins. Co, LLC v. Kesoki Painting, LLC, more...

STATUTORY CHANGE TO NOTICES OF NONPAYMENT TO PRESERVE RIGHTS UNDER PAYMENT BOND

Mark this on your calendar ? beginning on October 1, 2019 subcontractors more...

VENUE FOR MILLER ACT PAYMENT BOND WHEN PROJECT IS OUTSIDE OF US

The proper venue for a Miller Act payment bond claim is ?in more...

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General Contractors Mechanic's Lien Information for Commercial projects
Preliminary Notice Information (Pre-lien, 20 day Notice, etc.)
Notice Name Required to secure future lien rights? Timeframe information
Notice to Owner No; however, may be sent & is good for informational purposes.
Mechanic's / Materialmen's Lien
Notice of Intent Required? Timeframe to file a Mechanic's / Materialmen's Lien
No 90 days after last providing material or labor; howevever, must be completed by an attorney -- strict timelines --
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I am a Florida board certified construction lawyer, and practice construction law throughout Florida. I have represented contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, developers, associations, suppliers, sureties, and owners in a myriad of construction matters including defect claims, schedule-based claims, bid protests, payment disputes, lien and bond claims, liability and property insurance issues, and a host of other issues that affect the construction industry. I have also prepared and negotiated construction contracts utilizing industry form and non-industry form documents. I have a diverse background in construction and provide seminars and webinars on a host of construction topics.