From Construction Law Lien Blog-Details Count When It Comes To Filing Liens

The first words of the California Court of Appeals written opinion in Ball v. Steadfast-BLK are: “What’s in a name?”  That’s because the case involves a challenge to a mechanics lien, arguing that a California mechanics lien is invalid and unenforceable because it was filed by David E. Ball dab “Clark Air Conditioning & Heating,” when the actual dba name registered by Mr. Ball with the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) is “Clark Heating and Air Conditioning.”

Let me break it out for you, because the name is so close it tricks your mind.

Lien filed as:  Clark Air Conditioning & Heating
Official Name:  Clark Heating and Air Conditioning

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