Construction Liens: A Basic Comparison Between Utah and Idaho Law

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] Many contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and other parties in the construction industry conduct business in both Utah and Idaho. To preserve and enforce their construction lien rights, these entities must be aware of and adhere to the different laws that govern Utah and Idaho (in addition to any other states Read More

Enforcing Lien Rights in Utah Through a Construction Lien Foreclosure Lawsuit

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] As I have explained earlier, liens are automatically created when a worker, contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or other person or entity provides construction services on real property. Although nothing more is required to create this lien, the lien claimant quickly loses the lien forever if he doesn’t take certain steps Read More

Preserving Lien Rights in Utah Through the Notice of Construction Lien

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected]snjlegal.com Liens are automatically created when a person provides construction services on a piece of real property. The lien is an encumbrance that attaches to the owner’s interest in the property, and all that the lien claimant needs to do to create the lien is provide the construction services. Nothing Read More

The Preliminary Notice: The First Step in Preserving Lien Rights in Utah

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] A construction lien—sometimes called a mechanic’s lien—is automatically created when a worker, contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or other entity in Utah provides work, services, or improvements on or for a specific piece of real property. (For simplicity in this post, we’ll refer to this as “construction work.”) A lien attaches Read More