Mechanics Lien Filing
Lien-Pro provides Mechanics Lien filing or filing property liens against property in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories and Nunavut in Canada. A Mechanics Lien in these provinces is referred to as a Construction Lien or Builders Lien in other provinces in Canada.In the provinces named above, you can file a lien against property with a Mechanics Lien.
Some provinces have both Builders' Liens and Mechanics' Liens. In the United States Builders Liens are called Mechanics' Liens. You will find more information here about Mechanics Liens.
Mechanics' Lien on Property
If you have provided work and-or materials to property, you can file a Mechanics' Lien in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Mechanics Liens are a risk management tool to leverage payment from an overdue customer. A Mechanics Lien in these provinces ensures you have a secured interest in a property you have worked on- or supplied materials to a job site. Generally, liens are a collection tool in the event of non-payment. Lien-Pro specializes in filing Builders Liens, Construction Liens and Mechanics Liens.
In British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Nova Scotia and the Yukon, a Mechanics Lien is separate from a Builders Lien. In these provinces, Mechanics Liens are separate from Builders Liens property and are also called car
Note: Lien-Pro Does Not currently provide mechanics' liens against vehicles. We provide Builders' Lien filing on a property and Mechanics' Lien filing on a property.
Mechanics Lien Filing Deadline - Property
Mechanics Liens have a drop dead lien filing deadline, which varies in each province. In the provinces where you can file on a property with a Mechanics' Lien, you should refer to our definition page on Builders Liens. To determine your deadline for filing a lien on property in Canada use our Lien filing date
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