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Constitutional Liens, one of the most misunderstood legal concepts in Minnesota Construction Law

Constitutional Liens, one of the most misunderstood legal concepts in Minnesota Construction Law

Constitutional Liens. Have you ever heard of a “Constitutional Lien?” If you wish to find out more about them you can read an Article I recently posted to my web site entitled, “Constitutional Liens, one of the most misunderstood legal concepts in Minnesota Construction Law.” In the article I explain […]

 
Constitutional Liens in Minnesota

Constitutional Liens in Minnesota

Constitutional Liens, one of the most misunderstood legal concepts in Minnesota Construction Law. Because the name contains the word “lien,” people often believe a Constitutional Lien is just another, less formal way, to claim a lien for work performed on Real Property. However, what a Constitutional Lien actually is, is […]

 
Mechanics’ Liens in Minnesota – Don’t lose your right to be paid

Mechanics’ Liens in Minnesota – Don’t lose your right to be paid

Mechanics’ Liens under Minnesota Law I have recently added an Article on my web site (www.BrianRudeLaw.com) discussing Mechanics’ Liens under Minnesota law.  I discuss how for those involved in construction, having a Mechanic’s Lien often is the difference in whether you get paid or not, and normally gives you an […]

 

Mechanics’ Liens in Minnesota

A.   Introduction.        Mechanics’ Liens can be very useful to those working in the construction industry.  In Minnesota, having a Mechanic’s Lien gives the lien claimant three advantages: a)        A Secured Interest in the Real Estate being improved. b)        Statutory Interest on Past Due Amounts. c)        Court Costs and Fees, plus a good chance at […]