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Recording a OK Lien Statement in Logan County

A national commercial hotel building supplier asked our TRADITION LIEN SERVICE division to record a OKLAHOMA Lien Statement on a new hotel in Guthrie, OK within Logan County. According to Wikipedia, Logan County was created as County One by the Organic Act of 1890. The town of Guthrie was designated as the county seat and the capital of Oklahoma Territory. The county was named on August 5, 1890 for U. S. Senator, John A. Logan, of Illinois.

Fees to record with the Logan County Clerk are as follows : $13.00 first page, $2.00 each additional page of 8-1/2″ x 11″ or 8-1/2″ x 14″ paper. Make checks payable to LOGAN COUNTY CLERK and they will accept out-of-state business checks.

Actual recording occurs the same day a notice is received. You can view indexing information on their website. The entire notice will appear the same day it is recorded. Your original document after it is recorded will be mailed back the same day after it is recorded.

OKLAHOMA gets new notices, custom template technology (CTT)

I can’t say I have ever been to OKLAHOMA. Travel has taken me to forty-one (41) other US states, including all the states around it, including TEXAS, ARKANSAS and KANSAS. We do have customers in Oklahoma City, whom I hope to visit with for free onsite training as my business travel brings me to TEXAS some time in 2009.

I just finished entirely writing for PreLien2Lien thirty-four (34) new notices for the state of OKLAHOMA. They also have (CTT) Custom Template Technology, enabling each template notice to be customized for a one-time $50 fee.

Sucontractor’s have two 1st notices to be aware of. For Residential projects, OKLAHOMA Statutes Title 42 § 142.1 mandates that a Subcontractor on a residential project, must deliver a Notice To Owner to the dwelling Owner prior to first supplying equipment, labor, materials, or services to a project. The Notice should be delivered in person or by Certified Mail to the Owner of the property and the General/Prime Contractor along with any other legal parties related to the improvement of the property (Customer, Lender). On Commercial (non-residential) projects OKLAHOMA Statutes Title 42 § 142.6 mandates that a Subcontractor must deliver a Pre-Lien Notice to both the General/Prime Contractor and the Owner within seventy-five (75) days of supplying materials, labor or equipment to a project.

General/Prime/Sub Contractors (Private Projects): OKLAHOMA Statutes Title 42 § 142, 143 mandates that a General/Prime Contractor on a commercial or residential project must record a Lien Statement – General/Prime Contracto at the County Recorders Office in the county where a project you provided construction related labor, services, equipment or materials is located. It must be recorded within four (4) months after the last day equipment, labor, materials, or sevices were provided to a project.