Land Gorilla Compliance Library
State Resources for Construction Lenders
Select a state for statutory requirements and information essential for residential construction lenders to safeguard their interests and mitigate potential risks.
Select a state to view its construction lending resources
Understanding the complexities of state-specific construction lien law is essential for construction lenders to protect their interests and mitigate potential risks. Explore the comprehensive information for each state that is designed specifically for residential construction lenders to navigate the intricate state statutory requirements.
Each state page will cover, as applicable:
- Construction lien law
- Lien waivers
- Notice of commencement
- Notice of completion
- Preliminary lien notifications
- Downloadable documents
- Title practices
- Contractor licensing
- Contractor and subcontractor requirements
- Contractor license search
Answer commonly asked questions, such as:
What are the lien laws in each state?
Does the state have a statutory lien waiver form?
Does the state require lien waivers to be notarized?
Can a mechanics lien have priority over a pre-existing mortgage?
What are the requirements for a notice of commencement and notice of completion?
What are the contractor licensing requirements in my state?
Where can I look up a contractor’s license?
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