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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

It’s Not the Heading of the Release, but the Contents that Matter

 

Posted on February 24, 2021

When ZoomLien heard about the plight of a Florida lienor, they decided to take immediate action. The lienor, Pritchett Trucking, Inc., delivered its construction lien in the amount of […]

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ZoomLien Advocates for your Florida Construction Lien Rights!

 

Posted on November 18, 2020

ZoomLien Advocates for Your Florida Construction Lien Rights! By: Barry Kalmanson, Esq. When ZoomLien heard about the plight of a Florida lienor, they decided to take immediate action. The […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Amendment of a Notice of Commencement in Florida

 

Posted on September 30, 2020

A previously recorded notice of commencement, which has not expired or been terminated, may be amended to extend the effective period, change erroneous information in the original notice, or add […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Recording and Posting Requirements for a Notice of Commencement (Non-Governmental Projects)

 

Posted on September 24, 2020

On all improvements to privately-owned (non-governmental) property for which the direct contract is $2,500 or more, an owner (or the owner’s authorized agent), before commencing to improve any […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Who is Entitled to a Construction Lien in Florida?

 

Posted on July 14, 2020

Contractors, Subcontractors and Sub-subcontractors A contractor, subcontractor or sub-subcontractor who is licensed, if required to be licensed, is entitled to perfect construction liens under […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Perfecting a Construction Lien or Payment Bond Claim in Florida for Rental Equipment

 

Posted on July 9, 2020

Under Florida law, equipment rental suppliers have construction lien and payment bond claim rights for the use of rental equipment (excluding hand tools). On a private, non-governmental […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Perfecting Construction Liens or Payment Bond Claims in Florida for Over-the-Counter Sales

 

Posted on June 1, 2020

Selling construction materials over-the-counter (where the customer picks up materials directly from the supply house) is commonplace in Florida. Materialmen who sell over-the-counter generally […]

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Perfecting a Construction Lien or Payment Bond Claim in Florida? Florida Law Presumes That Materials Delivered to a Specific Construction Site Were Incorporated

 

Posted on May 18, 2020

In Florida, it is presumed that materials delivered to a specific construction site were incorporated therein. With few exceptions such as ready-mix concrete, which has a limited time for […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Perfecting a Construction Lien or Payment Bond Claim in Florida? Exceptions to the Incorporation Requirement

 

Posted on May 11, 2020

To be entitled to a construction lien or a payment bond claim in Florida, claimants typically must provide materials that are incorporated into the construction project. However, even without […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Perfecting a Construction Lien or Payment Bond Claim in Florida? Is a Permanent Benefit Required?

 

Posted on May 7, 2020

Generally, to be entitled to a construction lien or a payment bond claim in Florida, the claimant must provide a permanent benefit to the real property. Although what constitutes a permanent […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Perfecting a Construction Lien? Is a Construction License Required?

 

Posted on April 28, 2020

Most types of construction work in Florida require that the contractor, subcontractor or sub-subcontractor have a specific construction license to perform its scope of work. If a license is […]

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Barry Kalmanson, Esq.

Inside Florida’s Construction Lien Law

 

Posted on April 20, 2020

Florida’s Construction Lien Law is a statutorily-created method for placing a lien on real property. It applies only to private (non-government) owned construction projects (government projects […]

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