In my latest Daily Journal of Commerce Construction column, I discuss the construction lien rights for architects and engineers in Washington and Oregon.  In these states, once construction lien rights have arisen the law requires further acts (such as sending notices to the project owner or recording formal notices within specific time frames) to keep the lien in existence. The subject is somewhat complex and the advice of a lawyer is recommended.

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"Lien Rights of Architects and Engineers" was originally published May 14, 2014 by the Daily Journal of Commerce.