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Wyoming Notice of Intent to Lien Form | Free Downloadable Template

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Notice of Intent to Lien Form | Free Downloadable Template

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Fill out the form to download your free Wyoming Notice of Intent to Lien Form. You can fill out the form with a PDF editor, or by hand after printing. Use this form to send a notice of intent to lien in the state of Wyoming.

A Wyoming Notice of Intent is a critical step to secure your WY mechanics lien rights on private construction projects. This Wyoming lien notice form is required to be sent by all potential claimants at least 20 days before filing a mechanics lien claim. Plan ahead, as the deadline to file a WY mechanics lien is 120 days (150 days for general/direct contractors) from the last date the claimant furnished labor or materials, or substantial completion of the entire project; whichever is earlier. This notice must be sent to the property owner by certified mail with return receipt requested. Also, keep in mind that there are other WY preliminary notice requirements that must be met.

Information you need to complete your WY Notice of Intent to Lien Form
  • Claimant information
  • Owner Information
  • Hiring party information
  • Description of labor and materials provided
  • Property description
  • Amount being claimed


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Stuck? Not sure what to do next? Read Wyoming Notice Guide: All You Need to Know


Wyoming Mechanics Lien Law-  Wyoming Statutes §29-2-107 & §29-10-102

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Wyoming County Recorders

Looking to file/record a mechanics lien in Wyoming? You'll need to get your Wyoming 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 Wyoming. Click on any county to find more information about how to get your lien recorded in that county.

Carbon County
P.O. Box 6
Rawlins, Wyoming, 82301
phone: (307) 328-2668

Fremont County Clerk
450 N. 2nd St. Rm 220
Lander, Wyoming, 82520
phone: (307) 332-2405

Lincoln County Clerk
925 Sage Ave., Suite 101
Kemmerer, WY, Wyoming, 83101
phone: (307)877-9056
fax: (307)877-3101

Natrona County Clerk
200 N. Center, Room 157
Casper, Wyoming, 82601
phone: (307) 235-9206

Sheridan County Clerk
224 S Main St. Suite B-2
Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801
phone: 307-674-2500

Sweetwater County
80 West Flaming Gorge Way, Suite 150
Green River, Wyoming, 82935
phone: 307) 872-3732

Teton County Clerk
200 S. Willow St.
Jackson, Wyoming, 83001
phone: (307) 733-4430

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