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Webinar- New Jersey Construction Lien Law Basics & Update: 2019

May 29, 2019NJSBAAttorney: Adam J. Sklar

Date:
August 15, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:40 PM ET
Online Webinar

Moderator/Speaker:
Adam J. Sklar, Esq.
Cole Schotz PC, Hackensack

About The Program:

The New Jersey Construction Lien Law provides that “Any contractor, subcontractor or supplier who provides work, services, material or equipment pursuant to a contract, shall be entitled to a lien for the value of the work or services performed, or materials or equipment furnished in accordance with the contract…” However, to take advantage of the right to file a construction lien, a lien claimant must carefully follow the statutory procedures.

At this conveniently scheduled luncheon webinar, our panel of extremely respected construction lawyers will review the process for filing construction lien and then discuss the most up to date recent developments that affect you and your clients. The program will offer background on situations where a construction lien is appropriate, the accepted practice for filing a lien, and then address recent developments in this area of law.

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