Mechanic's Lien

 What is a mechanic's lien? A mechanic's lien is a legal document used to obtain title of a vehicle or lien on a property. A property mechanic's lien is filed at the County Recorder's office where the property is located. Under certain circumstances, a mechanic's lien can be filed by a contractor against the owner of the property where work was performed or supposed to be performed. Also, a mechanic's lien may be filed by a subcontractor against the contractor and owner of the property. Mechanic's liens can also be used by a repairshop to obtain title of a vehicle when the customer either left the vehicle at the shop for a prolonged period of time or owes a bill for labor and services and refuses to pay.

What will my fees be to use your services to file a mechanic's lien? Our firm typically charges $200 to draft and file a mechanic's lien. You would be responsible for also paying the county filing fees to file a mechanic's lien. The fees to file a mechanic's lien with the county varies from county to county.
 
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