187+ pp. + CD;
4th ed. 2014-15
Responding to a lien claim requires the same careful analysis as filing one. So familiarity with both processes is not just helpful but essential. Find a clear introduction and an excellent resource on construction lien law in one comprehensive volume. In plain English, the Construction Lien Law Handbook addresses the confusing section of the Wisconsin Statutes on perfecting and enforcing liens. It discusses notices and filing deadlines, lienability of work and materials, and priority over liens, among other things, and includes checklists and forms.
Inside, you’ll find answers to questions such as:
- What steps are required to perfect a lien?
- What six elements need to be included in the claim?
- What do you need to file on behalf of your client?
- Are public and private projects treated the same?
- Is a bond required?
- What materials, services, and work are lienable?
With the Wisconsin Construction Lien Law Handbook, you’ll gain the knowledge and understanding necessary to help your client, whether it’s a construction company, a subcontractor, or a property owner.
The book includes a CD with the complete set of forms available in three editable formats.
The Fourth Edition includes the following changes:
• Updated case law and statutes
• Updated forms and checklists
• Discussion of Wisconsin’s Right-to-Cure Act
• New appendix materials
Summary of contents
- Perfecting a Construction Lien
- Owner's Response to a Lien Claim
- Related Lien Issues
- Tables of Cases
Detailed Contents in APPENDICES
I. Construction Lien Master Information List
II. Suggested Lien Forms
- Prime Contractor Notice of Lien Rights (10-Day Notice)
- Subcontractor Identification Notice (60-Day Notice)
- Subcontractor Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien (30-Day Notice)
- Prime Contractor Notice of Intention to File Claim for Lien (30-Day Notice)
- Prime Contractor Claim for Lien
- Subcontractor Claim for Lien
- Partial Satisfaction of Claim for Lien
- Full Satisfaction of Claim for Lien
- Waiver of Construction Lien
- Claim for Lien—Private Bonded Project
- Construction Lien Foreclosure: Complaint
- Construction Lien Foreclosure: Order for Judgment
- Claim for Public Improvement Lien
- Prime Contractor Dispute of Claim for Public Improvement Lien
- Public Notice for Payment
- Notice of Claim on Payment Bond for Public Project
- Private Payment Bond Demand
D. City of Milwaukee
- Notice of Claim for City of Milwaukee Public Improvement Lien
A. Construction Lien Law Checklist
B. Checklist of Important Terms
IV. Procedural Guide to Wisconsin’s Right to Cure in Residential Construction Projects