Here’s what you will find on this page:
- Property Preservation Companies Currently Hiring in New Jersey
- HUD Pricing for New Jersey
- How To Handle Non-Paying Property Preservation Clients in New Jersey Using Either Small Claims Court and/or Mechanics Liens
- Property Preservation Industry Info Specific To New Jersey
Property Preservation Industry Information Specific To NJ
New Jersey Contractor Law Summary For Property Preservation Vendors
The downloadable PDF documents (to the right) contain information about utilizing the legal system when you encounter non-paying Property Preservation clients. If the amount owed to you is less than $3,000, then small claims court will most likely be the proper venue. If you are owed an amount larger than $3,000, then you will find more relevant information inside the document named, “New Jersey Construction Law Summary”, such as how to file mechanic’s liens against Property Preservation clients in the state of New Jersey. I thought it would be helpful to any of my fellow REO contractors who are having trouble getting paid.
|New Jersey Construction Law Compendium|
|New Jersey Mechanics’ Lien
THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS BELIEVED TO BE RELIABLE BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED. ALL VISITORS AGREE TO USE IT AT THEIR OWN RISK AND ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE INFORMATION WITHIN THESE PAGES MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME. IT IS ALWAYS WISE TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE FROM A QUALIFIED ATTORNEY REGARDING THESE TYPES OF DISPUTES.