Michigan Lien Law

Michigan Lien Law

What we do:

  • Lien and Bond Work
  • Notices of Furnishing
  • Preliminary Notices
  • Final Notices / Bond Claims
  • Construction Liens
  • Waivers
  • Discharges

Lien and bond rights are time sensitive and we urge you to protect your lien rights by getting your Notices out as soon as possible. Your rights can and will expire so be certain to act quickly.

If you would like to learn more with regard to Michigan Lien Law or check to see if your contractor is residentially licensed, please visit these links to the State of Michigan websites:

Construction Lien Act (PA 497) of 1980
Check a Contractor’s Michigan Builder’s License

Remember that your best advice should come from your trusted, licensed Michigan attorney who specializes in construction and lien law. He or she would enforce your lien in a foreclosure action in the circuit court of venue if required. Your attorney will attest that the lien itself, properly executed, carries the same weight no matter who files it. Yes, we file liens for attorneys too!