Builders Liens

We regularly act for builders and others in securing a lien.

We also act for parties who have had liens registered against them.

A builder’s lien secures a claim for payment for work completed on (or materials supplied to) a construction project, or for repairs or renovations made to an existing structure.

When a lien is registered in the Land Title Office, it becomes a charge against the title to the land or property involved.

The BC Builders Lien Act assists those who have worked on a construction project or supplied material to it, but haven’t been paid. Under this law, you can file a charge against the property to secure payment, or partial payment, of the money owed to you.

We regularly act for builders and others in securing a lien for the purposes of increasing the probability of getting paid for work done or for supplying materials.

Want to learn more about Builders Liens?

Contact Us

Our Experts:

Jamie Nay portrait

Jamie Nay

Jamie’s primary area of practice is within the area of civil litigation, with a focus on both corporate/commercial and real estate disputes.

More About Jamie Nay