If you have performed work or supplied materials on a construction project, you are entitled to get paid. Under Utah Law, you can protect your right to payment by filing a mechanic’s lien or through a bond. However, one has to comply with strict statutory requirements and deadlines in order to do so.
In fact, if you fail to abide by the foregoing requirements, you will be precluded from obtaining a lien, making a claim on a bond, and will have much greater difficulties getting paid.
At Head Law, we are experienced with construction law, mechanic’s liens, and bond law. If you are a general contractor, subcontractor, or material supplier who has not been paid, or you are an owner and a lien has wrongfully been placed on your property, we will fight aggressively to ensure you get paid for your work or supplies, and that any wrongful liens are removed from your property.