In New York, both public and private liens require just a little more than its mere filing. According to New York Lien Statutes, they must also be served upon a number of parties, served in a particular and specific fashion, and proof of the service must be filed along with the lien itself (or within 30 days of filing).
You can learn about the mechanics of filing a mechanics lien from this great Avvo.com article: Filing a Mechanics Lien in New York.
So, maybe you’ve purchased a lien form online or at your local Office Depot, or even downloaded the form on our website for free (its right here). Filling it out and filing at the county recorder’s office is quite simple, and may not be too much trouble. But, are you then prepared to properly deliver it to all the required parties? And to execute an affidavit of delivery? And to go back to the recorder and timely file your proof of delivery?
The time and detail required for these tasks can be overbearing.
And sometimes, as was indicated in the post about South Carolina’s service procedures, the process can be complicated.
Atzlien, we file liens across the country day-in and day-out. In New York, the cost of your lien filing includes delivery to all the required parties, maintaining proof of the delivery, and filing the proof of delivery with the recorder’s office.
You give us the key information, and we do the rest.
Plus, our industry-leading lien management and compliance system provides your company with the following at no charge:
- Manage project data and project contacts in web-based Lien Pilot
- Calculate lien deadlines
- Read the notice and lien requirements for your specific project
- Get lien law alerts when laws change in the states where you work
- Your lien documents and proof of service are stored online in your free account.