New Jersey
Amendment to Lien Claim-Private Work

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Document Title: Amendment to Construction Lien Claim

Scope: State of New Jersey, Private Works.

Time Constraints: Any time you receive payment against a Lien Claim you must file an Amendment to Lien Claim.

Lien Claim: The Construction Lien Claim must be filed within 120 days of your last furnishing to the project, and may only be done if you filed and served a Notice of Unpaid Balance and Right to File Lien previously (See New Jersey Notice of Unpaid Balance, Private Work, for more information). After filing the lien, it must be served within 10 days of the filing date on the owner and general contractor.

Amendment to Lien Claim: Any payments require that you immediately file a Amendment to Construction Lien Claim.  Include all information pertaining to the original lien, and note the payment amount and new balance due.  After filing the amended lien, it must be served within 10 days of the filing date on the owner and general contractor.

Information Requirements: Program information and information for Exhibits A-D, your copy of the filed Notice of Unpaid Balance (see New Jersey Notice of Unpaid Balance, Private Works, for more information), if any, and your last Amendment to Construction Lien Claim, if any, for their filing information.

Form Types: Amendment to Construction Lien Claim and Exhibit’s A-D, if needed.

Procedures: Prepare your documents using the required information. After filing, within ten days serve a copy of the Amendment Construction Lien Claim on the Owner, the General and your customer by Certified Mail, return receipt requested.

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