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Filing a Residential Construction Lien in New Jersey

USA - February 12 2018 If you are a contractor or subcontractor in New Jersey who is involved in the construction or renovation of residential structures, you should be...

Executor’s Right to Use Estate Assets to Pay Counsel Fees

USA - November 27 2017 It is well accepted law that an Executor of an Estate may use Estate assets to defend any challenges levied against the Will and any provisions...

Construction Liens on Leased Commercial Premises

USA - November 13 2017 In general, a contractor or supplier is entitled to file a lien against a commercial property if they have performed work or provided materials...

Division of Personal Property in an Estate

USA - October 20 2017 Upon the death a loved one, the Last Will and Testament governs how the liquid assets of an Estate are distributed. It is also common that the Last...

Should I Have an Arbitration Clause in My Construction Contract?

USA - June 22 2017 Although it is typical for AIA form contracts to contain arbitration clauses, as a contractor you should consider whether you should have an...