Florida Construction Lien Manual
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One of our most popular titles brings you all the practice information you need on Florida construction liens. This all-inclusive work provides quick answers regarding abandoned construction, priority of payment among lienors, and performance necessary for lien. It also gives clear analysis of lienable services and materials, priority among lienors, lender responsibility, performance requirements, lien foreclosure procedures, personal money judgments, equitable liens, surety's defenses, payment bonds, interpleader proceedings, discharge of liens, attorney's fees, self-help, replevin, and criminal liability. It contains annotations to more than 8,400 Florida cases, necessary pleading and practice forms, and sample complaints.
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Table of contents
Ch 1 Property Interests Subject to Lien
Ch 2 Persons Entitled to Lien
Ch 3 Lienable Services and Materials
Ch 4 Making Payments to Lienors
Ch 5 Priority of Payment Among Lienors
Ch 5A Lender Responsibility Under the Lien Law
Ch 6 Priority Against Competing Interests
Ch 7 Performance Necessary for Lien
Ch 8 Notice to Owner
Ch 9 Claim of Lien
Ch 10 Notice of Commencement
Ch 11 Contractor's Affidavit
Ch 12 Requesting Payment Application
Ch 13 Waivers of Lien; Arbitration; Assignments
Ch 14 Other Notices & Documents
Ch 15 Time for Bringing Action
Ch 16 Procedure for Lien Foreclosure
Ch 17 Interpleader
Ch 18 Transfer of Liens to Security
Ch 19 Award of Attorney's Fees and Interest
Ch 19A Award of Interest for Failure to Make Prompt Payment
Ch 20 Personal Money Judgments
Ch 21 Discharge of Liens
Ch 22 Foreclosure Sale
Ch 23 Miscellaneous Provisions
Ch 24 Self Help & Replevin to Recover Materials
Ch 25 Fraud and Collusion
Ch 26 Criminal Liability
Ch 27 Equitable Liens
Ch 28 Private Construction Payment Bond
Ch 28A Private Conditional Payment Bond
Ch 29 State Construction Payment Bond
Ch 30 Common Law Bonds
Ch 31 Surety's Defense
Ch 32 Federal Construction Payment Bond
Pleading and Practice Forms
Index by Statute Number
Table of Cases