Under the “completed and accepted doctrine,” once a contractor completes work that is accepted by the owner, the contractor is not liable to third parties injured as a result of the condition of the work, even if the contractor was negligent in performing the contract, unless the defect in the work was latent or concealed. […]
In this video, construction attorney Mark Mellor details the initial steps of filing a mechanic’s lien in California. Mr. Mellor serves as a construction lawyer in Eastvale, Norco, Riverside and surrounding communities. Contact his office today for more information.
Mark Mellor is a construction attorney that serves all of the Southern California area including the city of Yucaipa. In this video, Mr. Mellor discusses the requirements for filing a Mechanic’s Lien.
Construction attorney Mark Mellor handles Mechanic’s Liens in Colton, CA and other construction law issues throughout the Southern California area. In this video, Mr. Mellor details how to file a Mechanic’s Lien.
California construction attorney Mark Mellor answers questions about how to file a mechanic’s lien in California. Contact the Mellor Law Firm today at (951) 221-4744.
In this video, leading construction attorney in California, Mark Mellor, details how long you have to file a mechanics lien. If you have performed services, construction, or other work, a mechanics lien / stop notice protects you from a property owner filing for foreclosure or selling the property before you get paid. The process can […]
Carpet installers were told to sign a form contract when they were hired and again during their employment. The contract included an arbitration provision among its 37 paragraphs, a six-month statute of limitations and a unilateral attorney fee provision which worked to the detriment to the employees. The forms were in English and the employees […]