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With that in mind, Floridas lien law generally allows contractors, as well as subcontractors, laborers, certain design professionals, sub-subcontractors and material suppliers to file a Florida mechanics lien.
To attach a lien, the creditor must record the judgment with the county recorder in any Florida county where the debtor owns real estate now or may own real estate in future. For liens on personal property, the creditor files the judgment with the Florida Department of State.
To attach a lien, the creditor must record the judgment with the county recorder in any Florida county where the debtor owns real estate now or may own real estate in future. For liens on personal property, the creditor files the judgment with the Florida Department of State.
There is only one way to extend that time. The lienor must file a lawsuit to enforce or foreclose the lien within the time that it is effective to keep it alive longer than the one year period. A lienor cannot just file a renewal or extension of lien after the one year period is up.
A lien is valid for one year, unless a lienor files a lawsuit to enforce the lien prior to the expiration of the year. An owner has a right to file a Notice of Contest of Lien during the one-year period. Upon the filing of a Notice of Contest of Lien, a lienor must file a lawsuit to enforce the lien within 60 days.
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Filing and Serving the Mechanics Lien According to California mechanics lien law, you have 90 days from the last day you performed work or provided goods on the project to file your mechanics lien.
When a lien is bonded off, a payment bond is available to pay off the lien. This provides a guarantee for payment to the construction firm and allows the property owner to be able to sell, finance or transfer the property without fear of a lien on the title.
Filing your own lien in California also goes through county offices. Filing your mechanics lien with the projects county recorders office can cost between $95 and $125, depending on the projects location.
FLORIDAS CONSTRUCTION LIEN LAW ALLOWS SOME UNPAID CONTRACTORS, SUBCONTRACTORS, AND MATERIAL SUPPLIERS TO FILE LIENS AGAINST YOUR PROPERTY EVEN IF YOU HAVE MADE PAYMENT IN FULL. UNDER FLORIDA LAW, YOUR FAILURE TO MAKE SURE THAT WE ARE PAID MAY RESULT IN A LIEN AGAINST YOUR PROPERTY AND YOUR PAYING TWICE.
In Florida, you must file your lien in the clerk of court records in the county where the property is located within 90 days of the completion of your work. You will lose your right file a mechanics lien in Florida if you miss this deadline.

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