John Meyer’s Excellent Summary of Missouri Lien Law Changes

September 13, 2010

by Scott Wolfe Jr.

Earlier this year, the Missouri legislature approved some fairly significant changes to the mechanics lien laws in Missouri. We summarized those changes back in May, and posted a reminder to folks just last week as the new laws took effect August 31st.

Well, in doing some additional searching on the topic, I ran across a summary by Missouri attorney John Meyer, of Capes Sokol. I normally don’t post a link to each and every lien law article I find (because I find a lot of them), but John has done a really great job of summarizing the important changes.

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