How do you file a lien in Colorado?


In order to file a lien in Colorado you must file a lien statement in the county clerk and county recorders office. Ten days prior to filing you must serve a notice to the property owner. You can find out more information here:
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First file a Notice of Intent to file a lean for $15.00, If you plan to file a Mechanics Lien you will need to complete the form and pay an addition $20.00. You can find more information here:
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