Presentation on Utah Mechanic's Lien Laws and Construction Contracting
If you recently attended a pre-license or continuing eduation course provided by the Associated General Contractors of Utah (“AGC”), you likely heard one of our attorneys give a presentation on Utah’s mechanic’s lien laws and on construction contracting. In order to assist the attendees of the AGC course review the information discussed, we have made available for download, at the link listed below, a copy of our presentation. The material in this presentation has been prepared by Babcock Scott & Babcock, P.C. and is general background information and subject to the website’s disclaimer.
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