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Old 08-18-2008, 02:49 PM
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Originally Posted by wileynj View Post
I must say.."knock on wood" but I've been in the contracting business for 11 yrs. now and have never had to lien anyone's property! I've had to chase people down but I've always been paid! Must be that NJ Soprano State Stigma..lol
I will not chase them. NOPE. Two bills + one intent to lien. Then I do it. I make money at it. Why would I chase them?????
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Old 08-18-2008, 09:17 PM
Location: FL
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I understand about if you did not get paid and had ot put a lien on but it is sad to think that happened to my mother-in-law who did pay the company owner, that is what is frustrating. $1600 is a lot for an 83 yr old. Guess times have changed since I was younger. Thanks again everyone. Very insightful - we will definitely do that in the future.
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