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Expired Lien Mandated Release Of Retainage Liens; Retainage

Monday, October 03, 2005 04:11 pm

 
Expired Lien Mandated Release Of Retainage Liens; Retainage

The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that once a supplier's lien expired, the project owner was no longer entitled to withhold funds from the prime contractor. And any claims regarding the supplier's worthless warranty had been released by the owner.

The Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District awarded a contract to 3D Enterprises Contracting Corp. for construction of two wastewater treatment towers containing 11 layers of plastic "bioroughing" media. The contract required 3D to obtain and assign to the District a manufacturer's extended warranty on th [...]

 
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