A Quick Reference Guide: Can Lien Rights Be Waived in Your Contract in Advance of Furnishing?
The following is designed to provide a quick comparison by state and does not address all variables. It is provided with the understanding that the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal advice. Action required in perfecting a claim varies from state to state and from case to case. While some states may not enforce a waiver of lien rights within a contract, they may allow a separate waiver in advance of furnishing. States also may allow for subordination of a lien to a mortgage. NCS recommends retaining an attorney for each case.