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What forms does a Texas Real estate broker use to give notice of intent to file aproperty lien for unpaid commissions

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Represented a seller and have a listing agreement ,however seller deciced to back out of sale and not show up for closing

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Jan 3, 2018
A real estate broker's lien will be different from a mechanics lien, and the requirements for such a lien will be found in Chapter 62 of the Texas Property Code (instead of Chapter 53, where the Texas mechanics lien statute can be found). Notably, a real estate broker's lien does not appear to require the sending of a Notice of Intent, but notice to owner of the lien filing is required upon the filing of a lien. However, you'll want to reach out to an attorney familiar with real estate brokers' liens to discuss your situation as well as the proper procedure for filing a Texas real estate broker's lien.
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