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California Mechanic’s Lien Laws Recently Changed.

Just a reminder, as of July 1, 2012, all of the mechanics’ lien laws and related laws were moved from Civil Code Sections 3081.1 through 3267 and replaced with new laws set forth at Civil Code Sections 8000 through 8848 and 9000 to 9566. Though many of the changes are  not substantive there are some differences.

This was pursuant to Senate Bill No. 189 (“SB 189”), which enacted the change to all of California’s laws regarding mechanics’ liens, stop notices and payment bonds as revised, renumbered, supplemented and/or replaced. Though SB 189 was passed some time ago, the majority of the changes went into effect on July 1, 2012.

All Rights Reserved © 2012 by Michael L. Mau, Esq. & The Mau Law Firm

 

 

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