I have been lucky to get to know Scott Wolfe, Jr. (@scottwolfejr) and the folks at the Lien Blog (@zlienit). Scott is a multiple time guest contributor here at Construction Law Musings and I have been lucky enough to post on multiple occasions over there. The latest of my guest posts discusses the wisdom of monkeying with mechanic’s lien statutes.
Here’s an excerpt:
Scott has asked me to blog at a time when it seems that a group of statutes that have served contractors well here in Virginia for a long long time without change are in the cross hairs of the General Assembly like no other time I can remember. These statutes are, of course, the Virginia mechanic’s lien statutes. As you can tell by the titles of both my blog and the one you are reading right now, mechanic’s liens are near and dear to our hearts. Changes to these statutes are changes to my law practice and to the way that contractors do business in Virginia.
For the rest of the post, please head over to Scott’s blog and read this article and the other great credit management tips found there. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the post
Thanks again Scott.
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