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Rolling Out zlien: Communicating the Benefits

Prepare for the holidays: What you should set up in zlien now?

Posted by Desiree Baez

11/13/17 3:30 PM


The Holiday Season is upon us. It’s that time of the year when we all start to take time off to spend time with  family and friends. Unlike other industries, the construction industry does not take into account that it’s a holiday. In most cases, lien filing deadlines are unforgiving.  And "sending a required notice or filing a lien after a deadline has passed could invalidate your mechanics lien claim".  So before you begin the  festivities,  take a look at our holiday planning guide so you can rest assured your rights will be protected. 

Here are a few things to consider before you take time off:

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Topics: client success, Best Practices, communicate

Top 3 questions to ask yourself before starting your notice policy

Posted by Ted Rectanus

10/31/17 8:52 AM

Your company is looking to start protecting its interest by securing lien rights but you’re not sure where to begin. Don’t worry about it! Ask yourself these 3 questions as a jumping-off point to implement a notice strategy on your construction jobs.

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Topics: client success, Best Practices, communicate

3 Strategies for Explaining Your Lien and Notice Policy to Your Customers

Posted by Sarah Toulmin

7/25/17 11:17 AM

Protecting your lien rights doesn't have to put a strain on your customer relationships. The reality is that notices are sent primarily for the benefit of your customer and parties up the chain. If you can communicate your policy well, your customer relationships will grow stronger as a result. Follow these three tips for explaining your policy to customers to ensure mutual understanding and positive relationships.

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Topics: Best Practices, partnerships, communicate, customer relationship