- Property Preservation Companies Currently Hiring in Connecticut
- HUD Pricing for Connecticut
- How To Handle Non-Paying Property Preservation Clients in Connecticut Using Either Small Claims Court and/or Mechanics Liens
- Winterization Season Start and End Dates
State Specific Industry Information
Connecticut Contractor Law Summary For Property Preservation Vendors
The following documents contain information about utilizing the legal system when you encounter non-paying Property Preservation clients. If the amount owed to you is less than $5,000, then small claims court will most likely be the proper venue. If you are owed an amount larger than $5,000, then you will find more relevant information inside the document named, “Connecticut Superior Court Procedures”, such as how to file mechanic’s liens against Property Preservation clients in the state of Connecticut. I thought it would be helpful to any of my fellow REO contractors who are having trouble getting paid.
You can download most of the court forms you will need for filing these types of cases, for free, at: http://www.jud.state.ct.us/external/super/smallclaims.htm
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