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Severe Weather in the South May Cause Delays

Posted by Madeline Fortino

2/23/16 1:31 PM


According to weather.com, severe weather including severe thunderstorms, hail, and tornadoes will be hitting the South on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week (2/23/16-2/24/16). 

Dangerous and uncontrollable weather always means a possible delay in filings and mail distribution across the entire country. This can affect your documents being sent or filed, even if they are not necessarily going to the Southern region. USPS may experience delays in mailing, FedEx can have slowed or halted delivery schedules, and county recorder offices in areas affected by the weather may be closed. We recommend subscribing to service alerts from both USPS and FedEx if you have not already done so. 

Don't let the weather affect your lien rights: if you have an upcoming deadline in the next 10 days, you may want to consider rushing your document through zlien. (Hint: Subscription users have access to deadline tracking which will calculate and alert you when your document is due in 10 days.)

Need a good tutorial during the rain?

Leave your book at home - our newly launched Help Center is filled with exciting content to curl up and review while it's raining. We currently recommend checking out our zlien University page for great tutorials on learning more on lien waivers, or getting up to speed on your subscription's administrative settings

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