July 21, 2016
Release of Lien Bond Breaks the Chains

A release of lien bond is a type of surety bond for an estate or company who owes money for labor, material cost, and other lack of payment scenarios. Typically, a release of lien bond is filed after a construction company or subcontractors who worked on a project have placed a lien on the property. Once […]

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February 11, 2016
Texas Release Of Lien Options

It is important to know what Texas release of lien options are available when dealing with a lien. Texas imposes strict mechanic lien deadlines among other requirements. Making the wrong move is going to come with a cost. One of the best things to do for a Texas lien is to transfer the lien to […]

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December 30, 2015
Release Of Lien Bond Avoids Big Problems

When a lien is placed on property it can cause big problems. A release of lien bond takes the place of the lien which can help you sidestep a bad experience. Without a release of lien bond you run several risks including: property being seized for payment the fallout of having real property sold at auction […]

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December 22, 2015
Release of Lien Florida Bond

The release of lien Florida requirements are pretty straightforward. A court will accept a surety bond covering the amount due which caused the lien. This removes possibility of the property being seized or lost. Use Bond To Remove Lien A release of lien Florida surety bond is required of any person or business wishing to […]

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November 24, 2015
Release of Lien Bond Expectations

Homeowners can find themselves facing foreclosure if someone claims they owe them money. A release of lien is a recourse for people to settle debts without losing their property. The majority of states allow a person or business who claim to be owed payment for goods and services to place a lien on property of the […]

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May 28, 2014
Stop Payment Notice Bond California

We at Jurisco know that the construction industry in California is humming again.  New projects, both public and private are being executed all over the state.  And so largely gone are the days where shrinking fund availability leads to many unpaid (and unhappy) contractors.  Largely gone but not completely.  Every day in California, aggrieved contractors […]

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December 3, 2013
Changes to Mechanics Lien law in California

On July 1st, 2012 a number of significant changes to Mechanics Lien Law in California went into effect. It is hard to gauge exactly how much impact these changes have had lien filings in California. A recent article By Carlos Rico in The Daily Transcript postulates that there haven’t been a significant rise or fall […]

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December 3, 2013
Transfer Release of Lien Bond in California

It is difficult to sell a house or other realproperty if you have if you don’t own the title outright. And if there is a lien on the your property it can seem impossible. In reality, however, a property lien doesn’t have to be be a dead end to a sale. There are legal products […]

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