Construction Liens

Construction liens have been a part of Arizona’s law for over 100 years. Under this law, anyone who constructs improvements on property, supplies materials, rents equipment, or provides services for improvements has a right to collect payment from the property if they are not paid. If the general contractor is not paid or does not pay the subcontractors, laborers, material suppliers, or equipment rental companies, those persons may claim a lien against the property. Contact us today if you are having trouble collecting money from a debtor, you might be able to place a lien on their real property, even if you haven’t been able to collect after retaining services of a debt collection attorney or debt collection agency.

Mechanic’s Lien

A Mechanic lien will enable a contractor to collect owed money earned performing construction work by encumbering (burden with debts or legal claims) the property that was worked on until the debt is paid if full.

Recording Of A Civil Judgement(s)

Dar-Liens would be happy to record any civil judgement that you may have.

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PRELIMINARY NOTICES & MECHANIC LIENS

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CONSTRUCTION LIEN FAQ:

Answers to common questions about construction liens, health care provider liens and other DAR-LIENS services.

What is a preliminary notice (prelim)?

It is an official notice of any contractor or subcontractor to retain their lien rights on a construction project. Every licensed contractor who provides labor and/ or materials on a project should serve a preliminary notice to protect their lien rights. Failure to do so can result in loss of lien rights.

When should I submit a preliminary notice request (prelim)?

Within 20 days from the date of the first delivery of labor, materials or services to the project. It is recommended that the prelim is submitted to DAR-LIENS on that first day you begin work on that job, however.

What is a construction lien?

A lien is a right or submitted legal claim over another’s property whereby the property is held as security for a debt. In some cases, sold to satisfy the debt. How do I get a lien removed? After all parties have been paid in full contact DAR-LIENS to remove a lien.

Does DAR-LIENS process out of state liens?

Yes. We serve all 50 states that have lien laws.

Can I add on the labor and lien fees to a mechanic's lien?

No, Unless ordered by a judge or a court action.

Who is entitled to a construction lien?

Any company, business or person who supplies labor, materials or services is entitled to a lien. This includes contractors, sub-contractors, trades, persons supplying equipment or machinery or persons supplying materials.

When should I submit a construction lien?

Within 120 days from the date of project completion.

PRELIMINARY NOTICES & MECHANIC LIENS

In need of a Certified Legal Document Preparer? Contact us here, or call 480-607-2290. We're always happy to help.

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