California Lien Law Lawyer
Protecting every asset, every resource and every source of income is always important to both developers and contractors, and is especially vital in the recession economy of recent years. Getting to the end of a construction project and suddenly facing stop notices or loss of clients can make a developer go bankrupt. These developers, in turn, sometimes take actions that amount to breach of contract with contractors and subcontractors.
Campbell, Lauter & Murphy, Attorneys at Law, helps clients protect their fiscal viability through liens, contract enforcement and aggressive responses to stop notices.
Many subcontractors, such as plumbers, framers and electricians, face extraordinary financial challenges when stop notices interrupt the planned schedule and outlay of expense and labor. Has a developer left town and is he now refusing to pay on contracted work that is underway or has already been done? Our attorneys provide stop notice remedies in the form of liens and through litigation against renegade developers who have left our contractor and subcontractor clients left holding the bag, so to speak.
If deadlines and code requirements clash with suddenly uncooperative developers who are declaring insolvency and refusing to make good on contracts, talk to an attorney at Campbell, Lauter & Murphy, Attorneys at Law, to learn how we can help you protect your lien rights. We are prepared with an arsenal of legal remedies to help you cope with stop notices and collect money owed by developers, land owners and others whose lack of cooperation has seriously disturbed your normal rhythm of work and payout of funds by those who contracted for your work.
California Lien Law Attorneys · Third Party Lien Recovery
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