Guide to filing a mechanics lien in Bedford County

Where is the Bedford County Prothonotary's Office that files mechanic liens?

You can file your mechanic liens in person at the Bedford County Prothonotary’s Office located at:

200 South Juliana Street, Suite 105
Bedford, PA 15522

Phone: (814) 623-4833
Fax: (814) 623-4831
Email: cfetter@bedfordcountypa.org

What is Bedford County's Recording Backlog?

The Bedford County Prothonotary’s Office does not publicly disclose information on recording backlog.

Should I file my mechanics lien in Bedford County?

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

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

How can I make payment to the Bedford County Prothonotary's Office?

The Bedford County Prothonotary’s Office accepts money orders or cash.

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

The Bedford County Prothonotary’s recording fees are as follows:

Lien Fees

Filing any Lien, Federal, Commonwealth or Certified Copy of Lien:
$21.00

Satisfaction Fee of State and Federal Liens: $9.00

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

You can obtain a recorded copy of your lien in person at the Bedford County Prothonotary’s Office located at:

200 South Juliana Street, Suite 105
Bedford, PA 15522

Phone: (814) 623-4833
Fax: (814) 623-4831
Email: cfetter@bedfordcountypa.org

Access to a copy of a lien may require paying a fee.

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