New Brunswick Lien Filing
At this time, Lien-Pro has discontinued providing lien filing services in New Brunswick; however, we can provide you with a referral to a preferred partner. The below information is for educational purposes only.
In New Brunswick a Mechanics Liens (referred to Builder's or Construction Liens in other jurisdictions) can be filed by a person who performs or provides work or furnishes materials for an improvement to a project. A mechanics lien is also known as a builders' lien in New Brunswick.
New Brunswick Lien Filing Deadlines
A mechanics lien for wages and services must be filed within 30 days from the date of last work.
A lien for materials must be filed within 60 days from the date of last supply or furnish.
All other claims for work, not indicated above, must be filed within 60 days of completion or abandonment of the contract in order to file a New Brunswick mechanics lien.
If you are unsure how many days you have left until your lien deadline (excluding mechanics liens for wages and services), use our Lien filing date calculator
New Brunswick Lien Filing Expiration
A New Brunswick mechanics lien expire 90 days from the filing of the lien unless legal action is commenced to enforce the mechanics' lien.
In the event you must sue to prove your lien, it is essential for you to diarize the exact deadline of when this action must be commenced. It is your responsibility to track your deadlines. However, If you want assistance in tracking your lien filing deadlines, check out our Lien-Protection Plans