January, 2018

 Filing a Lien & Getting the Property Description Right

By Courtney Stricklen, Associate Attorney 

When you file a lien on a property, Texas Property Code 53.054 requires you to include "a description legally sufficient for identification, of the property sought to be charged with the lien." But what does "legally sufficient for identification" really mean? Texas law has a history of leniency when it comes to validating property descriptions in liens...
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Important January Lien Deadlines 

A mechanic's lien is a beneficial tool for professionals in the construction industry to both secure and collect debt from services or materials supplied on a construction project. While helpful, it's no secret that Texas has one of the most complicated and detailed lien processes with specific deadlines and rules that must be met. Navigating through the process can be difficult, but as our client, you will have peace of mind knowing that a team with extensive lien experience and knowledge is advocating for you.

Click below to find out about important January deadlines and how we can assist you...  
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