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November 03, 2009

Michigan Construction Lien Forms & Legal Services

Michigan Construction Lien Forms:  Our lawyers can help you understand which Construction Lien Forms you need to fill out and how best to ensure compliance with Michigan law.  Whether you are a contractor, construction material provider, building owner or homeowner, we can help.  Contact a lawyer today.

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January 10, 2007

Michigan Full Unconditional Waiver

Michigan Full Unconditional Waiver

Obtain forms and information about the Michigan Full Unconditional Waiver here.

A waiver should always be given by a contractor, subcontractor or supplier whenever payment is made. In simple terms, it is a receipt for payment. But most importantly, it announces to the homeowner that the construction lien rights are being relinquished – either in full, if full payment is received; or in part, if partial payment was received.

Waivers are legal documents and must use prescribed wording. To be considered legal documents, and to serve the purpose for which they were designed, use the appropriate type of waiver as identified below. Be certain that the kind of waiver form that you sign is appropriate to the situation

FULL UNCONDITIONAL WAIVER states that full payment has been received and that there is no claim of lien against the homeowner's property.

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November 20, 2006

Michigan Construction Liens

Obtain forms and information about Michigan Construction Liens here.

Traverse Legal handles construction liens cases, across a variety of matters. We represent contractors, sub-contractors, lenders (banks, mortgage companies), building suppliers and home owners. When the economy is weak, as it is now in Michigan, issues concerning construction liens increase.Contact us today and we'll help you resolve your construction lien issue.

Contact one of attorneys today at 866.936.7447 (toll free).

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