Vincent Pallaci

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445 Broad Hollow Road
Melville, NY 11747, United States
Phone: (631) 752-7100
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  • Construction Law

The Lien Law Section 59 Demand to Foreclose

There are generally two ways to challenge a mechanic's lien in New York. First, the lien can be challenged as "facially defective." This is done through a special proceeding. Second, if the lien is valid on its face, then the…more
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Removing the Mystery from Mechanic's Lien Discharge Bonds

The fastest way to remove a mechanic's lien from property in New York is to obtain and file a lien discharge bond. This article discusses exactly what the lien discharge bond is and what is does…more
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Maintaining Proper Lien Law Trust Records

Maintaining propre Lien Law trust records is crucial for contractors and suppliers of all sizes in New York. Failure to maintain and produce the records upon demand results in a legal presumption that a diversion of the trust…more
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Wicks Law: Does it improve public construction in New York?

Wicks Law requires certain municpal construction contracts to be separately bid out…more
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Quick New York Construction Contract Tips: Mobilization

This brief article is part of Kushnick Pallaci PLLC's popular "Quick Construction Contract Tips" series. This particular article discusses the concept of mobilization and demobilization costs in New York construction contracts…more
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Challenging an OSHA Citation Issued on Long Island

OSHA citations, while not uncommon, should not be considered "part of doing business." All citations should be reviewed by legal cousnel to make sure that the employer is fully aware of all consequences of accepting the…more
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Adjoining Property Damage in New York

Construction in the tight confines of New York often requires developers to protect their neighbor's property from damage during the construction. The "license agreement" sets forth the rights and responsibilities of the…more
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Filing a mechanic's lien on Long Island

Mechanic's liens can be one of the best tools to secure payments for unpaid contractors, suppliers and vendors. Liens must be properly filed, in the correct place, and with the correct fee, in order to be enforceable (and…more
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Challenging a mechanic's lien in Suffolk County

Mechanic's liens are often a headache for homeowners that do not believe their contractor is owed money. But because liens are often misunderstood, the homeowner doesn't necessarily know what to do about the lien. This short…more
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Issues in Payment in New York Municipal Construction

Brief overview of issues facing contractors performing municipal construction on projects in New York. Topics discussed include mechanic's liens, notices of claim and change orders in the municipal environment…more
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Insurance Issues in the New York Construction Industry

Brief overview of insurance issues of concern to those in the New York construction industry. Topics discussed include CGL and risk allocation, understanding and identifying risk insurance requirements, builder's risk…more
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NYC Stop Work Orders, Licenses and RPAPL Section 881

Presentation regarding the issues involved with adjacent property construction in New York City. Issues discussed include stop work orders, obtaining judicial licenses, negotiating license access agreements and making…more
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How to file a mechanic's lien in Brooklyn

A mechanic's lien helps to secure a contractor against non-payment. This short informational presentation discusses the process for filing a mechanic's lien in Brooklyn, New York…more
 /  Construction Law, Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential

Construction Deadlines Checklist for Buffalo Area

Contractors don't chase your accounts receivable forever. Secure your claim and drastically increase the chances you recover payment by making sure you do not miss key deadlines. This chart will help make sure that account…more
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Important Deadlines for the New York Construction Industry

Deadlines are key in the New York construction industry. Missing a mechanic's lien or payment bond deadline by even one day can bar an entire otherwise valid claim. This chart will help contractors, subcontractors, suppliers…more
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