New Jersey Lien Requirements

In the state of New Jersey, liens filed on private property are known as mechanics’ liens . When a New Jersey mechanics lien is filed with regard to work performed on privately owned property, it attaches to and encumbers the fee simple ownership of property. When a New Jersey mechanics lien is filed on a […]

Approved New Jersey School Projects

According to NJ.com, The Development Authority for New Jersey Schools approved five new projects that have estimated cost of up to $200-$250 million.  The approved project will help repair educational facilities at four elementary schools and one middle school.  The construction will help New Jersey inch closer to their goal of providing all children with appropriate learning […]

New Jersey Mechanic Lien Requirements

In the state of New Jersey, liens filed on private property are known as mechanics’ liens . When a New Jersey mechanics lien is filed with regard to work performed on privately owned property, it attaches to and encumbers the fee simple ownership of property. When a New Jersey mechanics lien is filed on a […]

Filing Your New Jersey Construction Lien

Filing in NJ: What You Need To Know New Jersey lien laws differ greatly between residential and commercial projects.  It is important to know the difference in order to secure your lien rights properly. Luckily, in New Jersey you are not required to serve a prelien to secure your rights.  If you have a job […]

New Jersey Revises Construction Lien Law

Powerpoint Summary of New Jersey Lien Law Revisions On January 5, 2011, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey signed into law revisions to the Construction Lien Law Statute.  The changes affect only commercial and private projects, and have no bearing on the Municipal Mechanics Lien Law, which relates only to government projects. The bill revises […]