Construction Law 2022: 3.75 General, 1 Dual

Unique Aspects of the Mechanics’ and Materialmen’s Lien Law with Construction Case Law Update

The courses in the this package will take a look at the unique aspects of the mechanics' and materialmen's lien law. They explore special situations, such as: when are liens on leaseholds proper; is it a lien or bond claim against a hybrid project (where the property is owned by a pseudo governmental entity); who qualifies as an "owner" for purposes of serving notices of nonpayment and notices of lien; what exactly is "visible commencement of operations" and "completion of the improvement?" There will also be an ethical discussion on matters like: can an attorney "bluff" by serving a notice of nonpayment and/or notice of lien, when certain prerequisites have not been satisfied? 


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Courses Included

Package Pricing
  • Member: 218.75
  • Non-Member: 393.75 (Includes TBA Complete Membership)
  • Section: 188.75
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Package Credits Dual Credits: 1
General Credits: 3.75
Total Credits: 4.75