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Mechanics' Liens: The 60-Minute Lawyer

Establishing a mechanics’ lien, clearing a mechanics’ lien, and certifying and insuring title to real estate before, during, and after construction

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    Get an introduction to the basics of mechanics’ liens in Massachusetts, and their impact on title to real estate. Learn the steps for creating and perfecting a mechanics’ lien on real estate, who can claim such liens and for what—and how long these liens remain an encumbrance on title. Equally important, master the methods of satisfying or otherwise removing mechanics’ liens from title. Become conversant in the priority of mechanics’ liens as against buyers, mortgagees, lessees, and other lien claimants. And understand the impact of the forced funding provisions of the now twenty-two year old revisions to our mechanics’ lien statute and the impact of the Prompt Pay Law, particularly in reference to commercial construction loans. Build and sharpen your skills in a well-spent hour—and master your craft.

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    Agenda & Materials

    • Who Can Claim a Mechanics’ Lien

    • Deadlines When Seeking to Perfect a Mechanics’ Lien

    • What to Be Concerned About When Closing on a Sale or Financing of Real Estate Under, or About to Be Under, Construction

    • How to Remove or Dissolve a Mechanics’ Lien from Title

    • Pending Disbursements and Date Down Endorsements to Loan Policies

    • Lien Bonds, Dissolutions, Indemnities, Affidavits, Partial Waiver and Subordination of Lien Documents

    • Forced Funding and Its Effect on Construction Loans

    • Prompt Pay Law

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    Kevin T. Creedon, Esq., Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Boston
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    • $112.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
    • $93.75 - New Lawyer
    • $93.75 - Pending Admittee
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    • $93.75 - Paralegal
    • $125.00 - All Others

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