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A Recent Appellate Court Decision Significantly Impacts A Subcontractor's Means for Recovering California Prompt Payment Penalties

A Recent Appellate Court Decision Significantly Impacts A Subcontractor's Means for Recovering California Prompt Payment Penalties

2008 Update SB 1691: The Mechanics Lien Law That Is Before the Legislature

Over the past several years, the California Law Review Commission has been reviewing the existing mechanics lien laws and considering changes to those laws. Proposed changes to the existing mechanics lien laws will affect both public and private mechanics liens, stop notices, and payment bonds. The bill includes substantive and nonsubstantive changes to the existing laws.. As part of the California Law Review Commission process, the Commission received comments from members of the construction industry.

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