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What is a Notice of Unpaid Balance and Right to File Lien?

The Notice of Unpaid Balance is an additional step that an unpaid supplier or contractor must take to protect their right to obtain payment through the sale of residential property. Read More
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Why Construction Liens Are An Effective Way to Get Paid

A construction lien can be used to force the sale of the real estate on which a construction project is located. The proceeds from the forced sale may be used to pay the person or entity who filed the construction lien. Read More
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Time to Sue on a Construction Lien

What You Can Do If You’ve Filed a Construction Lien and Have Not Gotten Paid Suppliers and contractors file construction liens pursuant to the New Jersey Construction Lien Law in the hope that it will result in swift payment of their claims in… Read More
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Is It Legal To Waive Municipal Mechanic’s Lien Rights in New Jersey?

While there is an explicit statutory prohibition in New Jersey on the waiver of lien rights on private projects, there is no such prohibition on the waiver of municipal mechanic’s lien rights on public jobs. Read More
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The First Step You Must Take to Protect Construction Lien Rights

The first step toward protecting your right to file a New Jersey construction lien is having a signed contract, purchase order or delivery ticket. As construction lawyers, we regularly file liens for contractors and suppliers. Read More
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