Oklahoma Sub Lien Residential Form

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About Oklahoma Sub Lien Residential Form

Those who perform work on an Oklahoma construction project and are unpaid may be entitled to file a Lien Statement (“mechanics lien”). This template is for residential projects in Oklahoma. (If your are looking to file a lien on a non-residential job, check out the Oklahoma Sub Lien Non-Residential Form).

Fill out the form on the right to download your Oklahoma Sub Lien Residential Form. Use this form to file a lien in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Sub Lien Residential Form

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Oklahoma County Recorders

Looking to file/record a mechanics lien in Oklahoma? You'll need to get your Oklahoma mechanics lien filed and recorded with the county recorder in the county where the construction project is located. Here is a listing of all county recorders in Oklahoma. Click on any county to find more information about how to get your lien recorded in that county.

Atoka
Atoka County Clerk
200 East Court Street Suite 203 W.
Atoka, Oklahoma, 74525
phone: 580-889-5157
fax:

Blaine
Blaine County Clerk
212 N. Weigle
Watonga, Oklahoma, 73772
phone: 580-623-5890
fax:

Carter
Carter County Clerk, ATTN: Cynthia Harmon
101 1st Ave SW
Ardmore, Oklahoma, 73401
phone: (580) 223-8162
fax:

Cherokee
Cherokee County Clerk
213 West Delaware, Room 200
Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 74464
phone: 918.456.3171
fax:

Comanche
Comanche County Clerk
315 SW 5th St #304
Lawton, Oklahoma, 73501
phone: (580) 355-5214
fax:

Garfield
Garfield Register of Deeds
114 West Broadway Rm 105
Enid, Oklahoma, 73701
phone: 580-237-0226
fax:

Garvin
Garvin County Clerk
201 W Grant Ave
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, 73075
phone: (405) 238-2772
fax:

Hughes
Hughes County Clerk
200 N Broadway St, Suite 5
Holdenville, Oklahoma, 74848
phone: (405) 379-5487
fax:

Jackson
Jackson County Clerk
101 N Main St # 203
Altus, Oklahoma, 73521
phone: 580-482-4070
fax:

Johnston
Johnston County Clerk of Court
207 East Johnston St
Smithfield, Oklahoma, 27577
phone: 9192095400
fax:

Kingfisher
Kingfisher County Clerk
101 S Main St #3
Kingfisher, Oklahoma, 73750
phone: (405) 375-3887
fax:

Logan
Logan County Clerk
301 E Harrison
Guthrie, Oklahoma, 73044
phone: 405-282-0266
fax:

Mayes
Mayes County Clerk
1 Court Place
Pryor, Oklahoma, 74361
phone: 9188252426
fax:

McClain
McClain County Court Clerk
121 N 2nd Ave #231
Purcell, Oklahoma, 73080
phone: (405) 527-3360
fax:

McCurtain
McCurtain County Clerk
108 N Central Ave
Idabel, Oklahoma, 74745
phone: (580) 286-2370
fax:

McIntosh
McIntosh County Clerk
110 N 1st St
Eufaula, Oklahoma, 74432
phone: (918) 689-2741
fax:

Muskogee
Muskogee County Clerk
400 West Broadway Street
Muskogee, Oklahoma, 74401
phone: N/A
fax:

Oklahoma
Oklahoma County Clerk's office
320 Robert S. Kerr, Room 203
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73102
phone: 405-713-7184
fax:

Okmulgee
Okmulgee County Clerk
314 W 7th St #203
Okmulgee, Oklahoma, 74447
phone: (918) 756-0788
fax:

Payne
Payne County Clerk's Office
315 West 6th Ave #202
Stillwater,, Oklahoma, 74074
phone: 405-747-8310
fax:

Pontotoc
Pontotoc County Clerk
301 S Broadway St
Ada, Oklahoma, 74820
phone: 580 332 1425
fax:

Pottawatomie
County Clerk
325 North Broadway
Shawnee, Oklahoma, 74802
phone: 405-273-8222
fax:

Seminole
Seminole County Clerk
110 S Wewoka Ave
Wewoka, Oklahoma, 74884
phone: (405) 257-2501
fax:

Stephens
Stephens County Clerk
Courthouse - 101 South 11th St, Rm 203
Duncan, Oklahoma, 73533
phone: (580) 255-0977
fax:

Tulsa
Tulsa County
500 South Denver Ave W
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103
phone: 918-596-5000
fax:

Wagoner
Wagoner County Clerk of Courts
307 E Cherokee St
Wagoner, Oklahoma, 74467
phone: 918-485-2216
fax:

Washington
Washington County Clerk
400 S Johnstone, Room 100
Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 74003
phone: (918) 337-2834
fax:

Woodward
Woodward County Clerk
1600 Main Street
Woodward, Oklahoma, 73801
phone: 580-256-3625
fax:

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Recent Questions & Answers About Oklahoma Mechanics Lien
What does a Notice of Cash Bond mean in regards to a lien I filed but have not received anything

They are closing on the house today. I was scheduled to pick up a check & sign the release. I received an email yesterday from...

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After I file a lien what is my next course of action?

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