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Apr 2019

The Original Contractor’s Basic Guide to Filing a Lien in Texas

By Stephen Venzor, Associate Attorney Thanks to the Texas lien laws being written so poorly, one of the most frequently asked questions that we receive is, “What must I do to get a valid mechanic’s lien in Texas?” Luckily, once you are able to decipher the language of the statute, the underlying requirements are not that complex. First, the type of contractual relationship you have...

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