Explaining Key Amendments to the Pa. Mechanics' Lien Law

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While use of the term "groundbreaking" in a construction law article may want for originality, it is an accurate description for recent amendments to the Pennsylvania Mechanics' Lien Law. The amendments—signed into law on Oct. 14, 2014—will change the way liens are obtained. The law is set to go into effect in 2017, provided a state-operated website is operational by the end of this year.

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