Partial Subordination Agreement not Involving or Affecting Mechanics Lien Claimant Priority is Enforceable in Nevada

When visible construction begins, Nevada law says mechanic’s liens attach to the construction site. A construction lender wants to ensure that its deed of trust securing the construction loan has first priority to the property title, if the loan is … Continue reading

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Leon Mead to Present Nevada Mechanics Lien Seminar Oct 19

Snell & Wilmer’s Leon Mead, senior Construction Law Partner in our Nevada offices, will be teaching a seminar on Nevada Mechanics Lien Law at the Associated General Contractors / Nevada Contractors Association training facility on October 19, 2015. The seminar … Continue reading

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Nevada Legislature Passes Reform on General Contractor Liability for Unpaid Subcontractor Labor Benefits

The 2015 Nevada Legislature appears to have brought common sense reform to one of the state’s most controversial statutes – NRS 608.150 – which made “original contractors” liable to its subcontractor employees (or labor unions and labor union trust funds … Continue reading

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