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Recent questions and answers about New Jersey paymentFilling out an Intent to File Lien form Question; Unique Situation
We have a situation where we paid for a handyman/contractor to do some work for one of our clients at our client's residence. Unfortunately, not long after the work began, we realized that this handyman was not doing a good job, so we stopped working with him...NJ: Is the arbitration demand mandatory or optional?
I don't want arbitrationCan I file a small claim sue?
I have a question, I also want to file a small claim sue to this client, I already have all the papers filled out, but I wanted to know whether to send the paper work by mail to the court now? or wait for the first lien...View more questions
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