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You Have 90 Days From Your Last Date Of Work To File A Mechanic’s Lien in Connecticut. What Does “Last Date of Work” Mean?

By: Paul R. Fitzgerald, Esq. In order to be valid in Connecticut, a mechanic’s lien must be filed within 90 days of the lienor’s last date of work on a construction project. Any lien that is filed after that time period is invalid and is subject to discharge by the court. It is therefore critically important for anyone who provides labor, materials or services on lienable projects in the state to understand what Read More

What You Need to Know About Mechanic’s Liens

A mechanic’s lien is a remedy for subcontractors, contractors, suppliers, and other construction professionals to resolve payment issues. When you file a lien on property, the owner may not sell or refinance the property until those protected by the lien are paid in full. It is important to note that mechanic’s liens may only be filed on private construction projects. If the property owner or general contractor Read More