How to lien a property for payment on work completed
Question Details: Upon, a verbal agreement. A tile floor was completed on time and to the satisfaction of the owner at five dollars per square foot times 200 sq. ft. (labor). However, the agreement was between a subcontractor and the participant. What are my rights to liens and to whoes or what property does this apply?
I am not sure who the parties are based on your facts, but i wil try to answer your question as i think i know what your asking. At the end of the day, most states permit a mechanic's lien to be filed on the property that labor and/or materials were supplied to for improvements where more that $10 is supplied. I am not sure who the "participant" is: is that someone the subcontractor hired? Is there a general contractor that is building the house?
I would suggest going to see a lawyer in the town that the house is located. You could either file a mechanic's lien on the property where you provided the services or file a small claims action agaisnt the party you have the oral agreement with. The mechanic's lien will certainly get everyone's attention the fastest.