- Property Preservation Companies Currently Hiring in Wisconsin
- HUD Pricing for Wisconsin
- How To Handle Non-Paying Property Preservation Clients in Wisconsin Using Either Small Claims Court and/or Mechanics Liens
- Other State-Specific P&P Industry Information
State-Specific Property Preservation Industry Information
Winterization Season Start and End Dates: September 1 – April 30
Wisconsin Contractor Law Summary For Property Preservation Vendors
The downloadable PDF documents (located to the right) 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 (there are some exceptions as to the maximum amount, so make sure to consult an attorney and your local court), then small claims court will most likely be correct venue.
I thought this stuff might be helpful to my fellow P&P Vendors from Wisconsin, in case they encounter a Property Preservation client who tries to stiff them out of money for work they already completed.
|Wisconsin Small Claims Court Guide|
|Wisconsin Construction Law Compendium|
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