Nunavut Mechanics' Lien - Regular Service
Mechanics' Liens in Nunavut: Anyone who has done work, provided machinery, or furnished materials in connection to work done on land can file a lien. The lien is attached to the land where the work was completed or the materials supplied. 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.
In Nunavut, you have 45 days from the date last on site, date of last supply, or date of abandonment to file a Mechanics lien.
If your claim is between day 1 to day 39 of the lien deadline then use our online form below.
If your claim is between day 40 to day 45 of the lien deadline then use our online rush form for Rush – Nunavut Mechanics Lien Filing.
If you are unsure how many days you have left until your lien deadline, use our Lien filing date calculator.
To file a lien you must have:
Nunavut Mechanics' Lien expiry: Liens are valid for 45 days from the last day the lien could have been filed. After 45 days, the lien will expire unless legal action has commenced. If credit has been extended to your customer, the lien expiry extends to 90 days after the date on which the credit expires.
Product Number: 657
Price : $399 + disbursements, tax, and courier fees
Approximate Total : $460.21 + tax