Commercial Litigation
    Contract Disputes
    Debt Collection & Judgment Enforcement
    Actions for Fraud
    Corporate Disputes
    Construction Litigation
    Real Estate Litigation
Bankruptcy
    Unsecured Creditors' Committees
    Preference Defense
    Out-Of-Court Workouts
    Individual Creditor Representation
Construction Litigation including Lien Foreclosure and Mechanicís Liens

The firm has represents construction contractors, subcontractors and suppliers who have special rights and unique forms of security. State laws allow for unpaid contractors and materialmen to record a mechanicís lien against the real property pertaining to that specific private works project. A mechanicís lien represents a security interest in the real property which will be used to attempt to satisfy the unfulfilled payments the contractor or materialman is owed. In addition to recording and enforcing mechanicís liens for its clients, Blakeley LLP regularly handles stop notices and demands on payment bonds, which are most often used in public works projects.

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