Architects and designers: Enforcing payment using mechanic’s liens

Today on ArchitectureLaw.net:

A Massachusetts law passed in 2010 allows architects and design professionals to use mechanic’s liens – traditionally the domain of contractors and building material suppliers – to enforce payment. It’s one straightforward way to gain leverage if you have a delinquent payment dispute, but there are deadlines and the requirements include a written contract. Know your rights so that you do not lose access to this valuable tool.

Read the article here: “Mechanic’s Liens for Architects” and contact me at Andrew@AndrewLynnLaw.com for more information on mechanic’s liens and any other questions you have on law and contracts for design professions.

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