Mechanics’ Lien Attorney

If you intend to file a Mechanics' Lien, then you must strictly adhere to the appropriate timing requirements as set forth under the South Carolina Code of Laws. If you are the owner of property and have had a Mechanics' Lien filed against you, there are a variety of defenses and other devises available to you to help resolve the situation. Let us put our knowledgeable and aggressive legal expertise to work for you.

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A Mechanics’ Lien is a powerful statutory device that enables contractors, subcontractors, and others making repairs, improvements, or additions to another person’s property to be properly compensated for their work.
Mechanics’ Liens also extend to suppliers of materials as well as contractors and subcontractors, and they cover building repairs as well. The lien ensures that the workmen are paid in their order of priority in the event of liquidation.
If you intend to file a Mechanics’ Lien, then you must strictly adhere to the appropriate timing requirements as set forth under the South Carolina Code of Laws. If you are the owner of property and have had a Mechanics’ Lien filed against you, there are a variety of defenses and other devises available to you to help resolve the situation. Let us put our knowledgeable and aggressive legal expertise to work for you.

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