Guide to filing a mechanics lien in Bryan County

Where is the Bryan County Recorder's Office that files mechanic liens?

You can file your mechanics lien in person, by mail or electronically.

In Person

You can bring your documents to the Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office located at:

151 South College Street
Courthouse-Room 108
Pembroke, GA 31321
Telephone: (912) 653-3873 or (912) 653-5256

Mail

You can mail your documents to the following address:

Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court
P.O. Box 670
Pembroke, GA 31321

Any recording fees & transfer tax are to be made payable to the
Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court

E-Filing

You can also file your lien documents electronically.

Lien eFiling facilitates the electronic filing of lien documents via the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority eFile portal at https://efile.gsccca.org/Home.aspx. The Authority can accept lien documents for filing on behalf of participating counties using two different methods:

METHOD 1: Interested filers can contact one of the value added submitters listed below, who have demonstrated the ability to submit lien documents through the Authority portal. Payment for filings will be handled through an agreement with the selected value added submitter.

Approved Value Added Submitters:

CSC, Corporation Service Company
https://www.erecording.com/
eDocs Solutions
https://www.edocsrecording.com/
eRecording Partners

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Indecomm Global Services

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Simplifile
https://simplifile.com/
(Note that if you are a value added submitter and would like to be included on this page, you can contact help@gsccca.org).

METHOD 2: All payments for filings submitted directly through the Authority eFile portal must be paid by credit card, bank account ACH transfer or escrow account. Note that a 3.5% transaction fee is applied to credit card payments and a $1.00 transaction fee is applied to bank account ACH transfers to cover costs.
Any questions regarding recording information you may call (912)653-5256.

What is Bryan County's Recording Backlog?

The Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office does not publicly disclose information on recording backlog.

Should I file my mechanics lien in Bryan County?

If your construction project is located in Bryan County, then yes, you should file your lien here.

What are Bryan County's requirements for recording a mechanics lien?

The Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court’s recording requirements are as follows:

When recording documents, the original must be brought or mailed in with a self- addressed stamped envelope in order to mail to the proper destination after recording. All documents must have a three-inch top margin where the recording book and page number will be easily seen after recording. On the first page of the document the party and their address to which the document is being returned must appear. A transfer tax declaration (PT61) must accompany any deed transferring ownership of property from one party to another. To obtain a PT61 form, go to www.gsccca.org

What are the margin & page size requirements to file a lien in Bryan County?

All documents must have a three-inch top margin where the recording book and page number will be easily seen after recording.

How can I make payment to the Bryan County Recorder's Office?

The Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office accepts check payments. Make all checks for recording documents payable to the
Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court.

What are the filing fees to record a mechanics lien in Bryan County?

The Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court’s recording fees are as follows:

Lien Fees

Materialmen Liens: $5.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page

Cancellation of Liens: $5.00 for the first page, $2.00 for each additional page, plus $2.00 per cancellation for cross-referencing/indexing

General Execution or Lien Recording: $5.00 for the first page, and $2.00 for each additional page

Hospital Lien, Hospital Lien Cancellation or Release: $5.00 for the first page, $2.00 for each additional page, plus $2.00 for cross-referencing/indexing

Federal Tax Lien or Federal Tax Lien Discharge: $5.00 for the first page and $2.00 each additional page

Federal Tax Lien Release or Subordination: $5.00 for the first page,$2.00 each additional page, plus $2.00 for cross-referencing/indexing.

Real Estate Notice Filing (UCC-2): $10.00 first page and $2.00 each additional page

Copy Fees

Uncertified Copy: $0.50 per page
Uncertified Copy, if assistance is required, per page: $1.00
Certified Copy or Exemplified Copy, first page: $2.50
Each page after first: $0.50

How do I get a recorded copy of my lien from the Bryan County Recorder's Office?

You can obtain a recorded copy of your lien in person at the Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court’s Office located at:

151 South College Street
Courthouse-Room 108
Pembroke, GA 31321
Telephone: (912) 653-3873 or (912) 653-5256

The clerk’s office is not allowed to give out information that is on a document over the telephone or do a search. However, if you mail in a request with the recording (book & page) information, the cost of copies, and a self-addressed stamped envelope the office will be glad to mail you the document. To find out the cost, you may call and ask the clerk’s office to pull the book that your document is in for the number of pages of your document. (Fax: $2.00 1st page & 1.00 each additional page; to be mailed : $1.00 per page/copy). Certified copies can only be mailed which is an additional $2.50 per document.

You can mail your request to the following address:

Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court
P.O. Box 670
Pembroke, GA 31321

Make all checks payable to the Bryan County Clerk of Superior Court.

What is the fee to file a Georgia Preliminary Notice in Bryan County?

The fee to file a Real Estate Notice in Bryan County, Georgia, is $10.00 for the first page and $2.00 for each additional page.

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