At O'Flaherty Law, our Tinley Park mechanics lien attorneys are skilled and have comprehensive knowledge in construction law, We use every resource to preserve protect and enforce your lien rights in a cost effective, affordable manner.
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Tinley Park Mechanics Lien Attorneys
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Our Tinley Park mechanics lien lawyers discuss methods which mechanics liens are perfected in Illinois. We explain differences between general contractor and subcontractor liens and private and public project liens and explore how mechanics liens are prioritized against mechanics and mortgage liens. We examine filing, the notification and enforcement deadlines for the perfection and implementation of mechanics liens.
In this article, our Tinley Park construction attorneys examine the important details that can constitute home repair fraud. Homeowner's have the right and ability to cancel contracts within three days of the creation and signing of repair or remodeling contracts regardless if work has been begun or not. The homeowner must receive a brochure containing information containing the homeowners' civil rights and guidelines from the contractors responsible for remodeling or home repair.