Branch Banking & Trust Co. v. Construction Supervision Servs. (In re Construction Supervision Servs.)

Ruling: 
Liens that arose upon subcontractor's prepetition delivery of materials were interests in debtor's property, even though not perfected on petition date.
Issue: 
Whether construction subcontractors entitled to a lien on funds under North Carolina law had an interest in property when the debtor contractor filed for bankruptcy, by which time the subcontractors had not yet served notice of, and thereby perfected, their liens.
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Commercial case opionion summary, case decided on May 22,2014, LexisNexis #0614-043