Snellings Law LLC is devoted to offering comprehensive expertise in the area of construction liens. A construction lien gives suppliers and contractors the option to take legal action to receive reimbursement for their work in the event that a customer is unable or unwilling to pay. A mechanics lien is associated with the automobile industry and involves legal action if the owner of a vehicle failed to pay for repair services. This practice eventually became popular in the construction industry as well and is used widely by subcontractors, contractors and builders to obtain payment for improvements made to real estate.
Construction Lien Standards
Once a construction lien has been filed, the claimant must file a court action within 90 days to move the process forward. All 50 states have laws regarding liens, but these laws vary significantly. It is important to work with an attorney who can explain the various aspects of a NJ construction lien in terms that are easy to understand. Learning more about a construction lien is the first step to successfully navigating the process. When it comes to filing a construction lien, Snellings Law LLC has significant experience in representing individuals as well as businesses of all sizes. Whether you need to pursue payment for residential construction or a large corporate project, having an attorney on your side who knows the local laws related to construction lien filing makes the entire process easier and more efficient. An attorney can also help you file the relevant paperwork, allowing you more time to manage your business. Snellings Law LLC provides comprehensive services throughout the state of New Jersey to help you settle any disputes that arise under the Uniform Commercial Code.
Contact a Lawyer for Help With Construction Liens
Call Snellings Law LLC at (973) 265-6100 for help with your NJ construction lien.