New Brunswick - Mechanics' Lien - Regular Service
Mechanics’ liens in New Brunswick: can be filed by a person who performs or provides work or furnishes materials for an improvement to a project. Your lien rights begin as soon as you have first provided your services or materials to a job site.
Filing a mechanics’ lien lets both your customer and the property owner know you are serious about getting paid. Once a lien is registered, it will hold up the release of any funds (i.e. project draws) and it can prevent the sale or transfer of the property.
A 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.
If your claim is between day 1 to day 54 of the lien deadline(excluding mechanics liens for wages and services) then use our online form below.
If your claim is between day 55 to day 60 of the lien deadline(excluding mechanics liens for wages and services) then use our online rush form for Rush – New Brunswick Mechanics Lien Filing.
If you are unsure how many days you have left until your lien deadline (excluding mechanics liens for wages and services), use ourLien filing date calculator
To file a lien you must have:
Your lien is valid for 90 days from the date your lien is registered. After 90 days your lien will expire unless you have commenced legal action to perfect your claim prior to expiry.