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  • Make Time for Change: Now is the Time to Understand the Upcoming Overhaul of California’s Statutory Remedy Laws Affecting Public Entities, Private Owners, Contractors, Design Professionals, Engineers, Material Suppliers and Others.

    To comply with the new statutory requirements, which will go into effect on July 1, 2012, it is essential that contractors, suppliers and other claimants on private and public works of improvements understand the new mechanic’s lien law.  Any claimant that fails to either comply with the new notice requirements or update their notice forms (including the preliminary notice, mechanic’s lien and stop payment notice forms) risks waiving their statutory rights. 

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    Gibbs, Giden, Locher, Turner & Senet, LLP has been a construction industry legal services leader for over thirty (30) years. We provide ongoing legal education to the construction industry and are currently offering seminars concerning the new statutory remedy laws in California to clients, prospective clients, and friends of the firm.

    Our 18th Annual Review Preview Construction Law Seminar, held on January 26, 2012, will provide attendees with an overall California legislative and case law update including the changes outlined above. 

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