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Question DetailsAsked on 7/8/2015

Can a sub contractor put a lien on my property?

I hired a contractor who then hired a sub contractor for the concert work. Now the sub contractor says he will put a lien on my property since he has not been paid by the contractor. Can he do this?

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A sub (or supplier or engineer or architect) can file a lien to cover an unpaid bill - even if you paid the general contractor and he failed to pay them.


Take this seriously - try to get the GC to pay the sub AND get a lien release (or give you proof of payment to the sub AND the GC should get the lien release from the sub), otherwise you need an attorney ASAP.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD




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