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i have construction related collections. Job is been completed and need to collect $150K

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 02nd, 2017 on Construction Law - California
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I have been contracted to do roofing Hvac now the job is done client not answering the phone ive put mechanics lien on the property
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Answered on Mar 03rd, 2017 at 12:25 PM

So long as you have properly filed a mechanic's lien, then you have to bring a lawsuit on the unpaid balance owed within 90 days.

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