Colorado Mechanic's Lien on Real Estate Property
Longmont, Loveland, and Broomfield Construction Attorneys
Our team of lawyers at Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. thoroughly understands Colorado's general mechanic's lien statutes. A mechanic's lien, sometimes called a construction lien or a materialman's lien in other states, is a security interest in real property to ensure payment for work rendered or materials incorporated into the property. If the property owner does not pay, then the general contractor, trade subcontractor, construction worker, or material supplier can file a lien against the real property with the county's clerk and recorder. If the debt ultimately remains unpaid, then the lien may be foreclosed by filing suit and the property taken.
Request an initial consultation by calling (720) 809-8310.
How Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. Can Help
Our team of mechanic's lien attorneys regularly provides legal services to both property owners and construction contractors. With 30 years of experience to our firm's name, we have obtained the skills and insight required to address even the most complex kinds of construction-related issues. As our client, you can expect to receive well-versed legal guidance throughout the entire process.
Depending on the situation, we may assist you in:
- Preparing a notice of intent to file a lien statement
- Recording a lien statement
- Instituting or defending lien foreclosure actions
- Removing liens using bonds
- Drafting of non-liability notices
To learn more about how we can assist you, give us a call today.
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