Lien rights

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Posted by: from Toronto
6/30/2015 at 8:45:05 PM

Is any of our suppliers entitled to registering a lien in any of our projects that he may know the name even if he never worked in the premises? Just supplied some services at his own location/shop?

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Date/Time7/1/2015 at 10:06:36 AM

Hi Charles,

Based on your wording, it sounds like it has already happened to you or you company. If that is actually the case, you should be talking to your lawyer and not asking the question here.

If you just want info about liens in general, Google is your friend! More than you will ever want to know!

Good luck with it.

Jim Kuzma

Kettleby Handyman

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Date/Time7/1/2015 at 5:19:51 PM

Hi Charles,

Jim's right. These types of questions are more suited for lawyers. Sure, you may get someone whose experienced it, but every case is different. Most lawyers will give you an hour of free consultation. If you can get it, take advantage of it by writing down TONS of questions.

Good luck.

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