Most legal disputes involve just two parties. And while construction disputes may start out as a disagreement between only two parties, they often proliferate into multiple party litigation. Though the interest of these stakeholders may align on some issues they diverge on others. If the customer is unable or unwilling to pay for the materials furnished to a construction project, then usually the only recourse available to the material supplier (other than suing the customer) is to assert its materialmen's lien. This session will explore the procedures and pitfalls of Tennessee Lien Law from the supplier perspective. The speakers include Attorney Jerry M. Martin and Industry Representative Daniel Henricks of Ferguson Enterprises.
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Good recap on material liens.
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