September 1, 2016
SNR recently represented a general contractor who was forced to file a mechanic’s lien to secure payment of monies owed to the general and his subcontractors on a project to rehabilitate an old house into an office use. The owner claimed that he had not agreed to pay for changes to the scope of the work after the initial contract was signed, and that the mechanic’s lien statute is unconstitutional. Following a 5 day hearing the Superior Court rejected the owner’s claims, and sustained the vast majority of the amounts our client and his subcontractors claimed as mechanic’s liens against the property.
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