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Protecting Yourself with a Simple Google Search
Using the internet to search potential client's payment and business history prior to entering into contracts
Liening Homestead Properties in Texas
Steps to take to perfect a construction lien on a homestead property in Texas
Getting Man the Job Notices? How to Protect Yourself.
How to respond to man the job notices on a construction contract
Specially Fabricated Material Liens
Sets forth requirements for filing a mechanic's lien on specially fabricated materials used in a construction project
Payment Bond Claims, Part 2
Collecting construction funds under a payment bond for a construction project
Payment Bond CLaims, Part 1
Collecting construction funds from a payment bond on a construction project
Retainage Protection - Part 2
How to collect retainage from a construction project using the mechanic's lien process
Retainage Protection - Part 1
How to collect retainage on a construction project.
INDIANA LANDLORD/TENANT LAWS
The rights of both landlords and tenants in Indiana are detailed thoroughly.
What Seller's & Realtors Need to Know about Rhode Island Real Estate Laws
Explanation, laws and tips for sellers and their realtors regarding Rhode Island Real Estate laws, transactions, closings and title.
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