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Construction Lien Law in New Hampshire

Donít be caught off guard - get the training you need to exercise your lien rights. Handling construction payment disputes in New Hampshire can be successful when armed with the necessary legal and practical knowledge. Find out how to efficiently collect payment for your work or supplies. Successfully manage even the most complex and costly situations. These reference materials will guide you through the strategies for tackling lien and bond issues in any project. Understand the complex law governing the priority of liens and payments, and protect your bottom-line with enforcement and collection strategies. Donít wait Ė order today. Benefits for You - Correctly identify what property is subject to a lien and who is entitled to recover payment - Grasp the key essentials of perfecting and preserving lien rights - Avoid common problems that cause a lien to be unenforceable - Learn how you can succeed in the litigation and foreclosure of mechanics liens.
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Agenda

Overview of New Hampshire Mechanics Lien Law
  • Origin
  • How Mechanics Liens Work
  • Effect of Mechanics Liens
  • Different Statutes for Different States
Who Is Entitled to a Mechanics Lien
  • General Contractors and Others Who Contract Directly With the Owner
  • Subcontractors and Suppliers
Nature of Improvements
  • Property Subject to Mechanics Lien
  • Public vs. Private Property
    • Public Property
    • Private Property
  • Contents, Service and Filing of Notice
  • Completion of Contract
    • Substantial Completion
    • Repairs and Extra Work
Amount and Extent of Lien Claim
Perfecting a Mechanics Lien
  • Time Limitations
  • Contents, Service and Filing of Notice
    • Writ of Summons and Petition for Ex Parte Attachment on Mechanic's Lien
    • Writ of Attachment
    • Hearing on Attachment
  • Work Stopped Prior to Completion
  • Inaccuracies in the Lien Claim
  • Amendment of the Lien Claim
Brief Comparison: Massachusetts's Construction Liens
  • Similarities Between New Hampshire and Massachusetts Construction Liens
    • No Liens on Public Property
    • Persons Entitled to File Mechanics Liens
    • Automatic Dissolution Absent Timely Perfection
  • Differences Between New Hampshire and Massachusetts's Mechanics Liens
    • Filing and Notice Requirements
    • Notice of Substantial Completion
    • Notice of Identification
Priority of Liens
Security on Public Projects
  • Mechanics Liens on Proceeds Only
  • Bond Requirement
  • Notice of Bond Claim
  • Petition and Hearing on Bond Claim
Enforcing a Mechanics Lien
  • Lawsuit Requirement
  • ADR
  • Construction Bonds
  • Substitution of Collateral
  • Bankruptcy and Liens
Lien Waivers and Releases
Chapter 447 Liens for Labor and Materials
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Faculty

Christopher D. Hawkins

Christopher D. Hawkins

Nelson, Kinder & Mosseau, PC

  • Officer in the law firm of Nelson, Kinder & Mosseau, PC
  • Member of the firms construction industry practice group and professional liability group
  • Practices in construction litigation and professional negligence defense on behalf of attorneys, engineers, architects, and surveyors
  • Wrote and co-wrote seminars on AIA Contracts, Change Orders and Lien Law
  • J.D. degree, University of Connecticut School of Law; B.A. degree, Middlebury College
  • Can be contacted at 603-606-5011 or [email protected]
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Product ID: 383686
Published 2014
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