Absent a lien, a subcontractor generally has no recourse over an owner if it fails to preserve and perfect its lien rights.

Date: December 2022 A recent motions decision from Associate Justice Wiebe applied established law which states that a subcontractor has no recourse over an owner if it fails to preserve and perfect its lien rights, including recourse for a claim against the owner for unjust enrichment and quantum meruit. In this short decision, a subcontractor’s …

Absent a lien, a subcontractor generally has no recourse over an owner if it fails to preserve and perfect its lien rights. Read More »