Lien private property or on funds relating to ny mechanic's lien, mechanic's lien ny, a mechanic's lien ny, a mechanic's lien in ny, mechanic's lien in ny, ny mechanic's lien law, ny mechanic's law public project are known as Mechanics Liens. When a 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 lien is filed with regard to work performed on a publicly or government owned property, it attaches to the fund of money which the public agency has allocated for a project. The reason for this is that you cannot force the sale of publicly owned land (public agencies mean any county, city, town, township, public commission, public board or other municipality authorized by law to make contracts for the making of any public improvement in any city, ny mechanic's lien, mechanic's lien ny, a mechanic's lien ny, a mechanic's lien in ny, mechanic's lien in ny, ny mechanic's lien law, ny mechanic's law, township or other municipality. Contractors, as well as subcontractors, sub-subcontractors and suppliers who have a contract with a general contractor or a subcontractor can file a lien on private property must be filed within eight months of the last date the lienor provided materials or services to the Project with regard to public projects can be filed at any time before the completion and acceptance of a public improvement, but no later than 30 days following completion and acceptance by the state or the public corporation.
We have experience in preparing and filing Notice of Mechanic's Lien documents for all types of contractors and suppliers.
We will help to make the filing of the Mechanic's Lien very easy.
Simply fill out our Questionnaire and Fax it to us!
If you are unable to fill out any areas of the Questionnaire, leave it blank and we'll contact you if we need any additional information.
To ensure that your Notice of Mechanic's Lien is timely filed, you should file with us at least one month before the Statute of Limitations prevents you from filing a lien. We must file a Notice of Mechanic's Lien with the County Clerk's office within four (4) months from the last day of work if the project is residential and within eight (8) months from the last day of work if the project is commercial.
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