Oregon Notice of Right to Lien Form

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About Oregon Notice of Right to Lien Form

Oregon requires that subcontractors and material suppliers on residential construction or improvement projects send a Notice of Right to Lien to the property owner (and the construction lender, if one exists). This notice must be sent within 8 days after first providing labor or materials. Parties that contract directly with the property owner are not required to send a Notice of Right to Lien. For commercial projects, this notice is only required of material suppliers (including specially fabricated materials) who do not install the materials and do not contract with the property owner.

Oregon Notice of Right to Lien Form

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Oregon County Recorders

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

Clackamas
Clackamas County Recorder
1710 Red Soils Ct. #110
Oregon City, Oregon, 97045
phone: 503-655-8551
fax:

Clatsop
Clatsop County Clerk
820 Exchange Street Ste 220
Astoria, Oregon, 97103
phone: (503) 325-8511
fax:

Columbia
Columbia County Clerk
230 Strand Street
St. Helens, Oregon, 97051
phone: 503-397-3796
fax:

Coos
Coos County Clerk ATTN: Recording
250 N. Baxter
Coquille, Oregon, 97423
phone: 541-396-7600
fax:

Crook
Crook County Clerk
300 NE 3rd St # 23
Prineville, Oregon, 97754
phone: 541) 447-6553
fax:

Hood River
Hood River County
601 State Street
Hood River, Oregon, 97031
phone: (541) 386-1442
fax:

Jackson
Jackson County Clerk
10 S. Oakdale Ave. Room 114
Medford, Oregon, 97501
phone: (541) 774-6152
fax:

Klamath
Klamath County Clerk
305 Main Street
Klamath Falls, Oregon, 97601
phone: 541-883-5134
fax:

Lake
Lake County Clerk
513 Center Street, Room 219
Lakeview, Oregon, 97630
phone: 541.947.6006
fax: 541-947-0905

Lane
Lane County Deeds and Records
125 E 8th Ave
Eugene, Oregon, 97401
phone: 541-682-3654
fax:

Lincoln
Lincoln County Recorder
225 West Olive Street, Room 201
Newport, Oregon, 97365
phone: 541 265 4121
fax:

Malheur
Malheur County Clerk
251 B Street W #4
Vale, Oregon, 97918
phone: 541-473-5171
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Marion
Marion County Clerk
555 Court Street (2nd Floor)
Salem, Oregon, 97309
phone: 503.588.5225
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Morrow
Morrow County Clerk
100 S. Court Street Suite 102
Heppner, Oregon, 97836
phone: 541-676-5604
fax:

Multnomah
Multnomah County Circuit Court
1021 SW 4th Avenue
Portland, Oregon, 97204
phone: 503-988-3003
fax:

Polk
Polk County Clerk
850 Main Street
Dallas, Oregon, 97338
phone: (503) 623-9217
fax:

Sherman
Sherman County Clerk
500 Court Street
Moro, Oregon, 97039
phone: 541-565-3606
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Tillamook
Tillamook County Recorder
201 Laurel Avenue
Tillamook, Oregon, 97141
phone: 503-842-3402
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Umatilla
Umatilla County
216 S E 4th Street
Pendleton, Oregon, 97801
phone: 541 278-6236
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Wallowa
Wallowa County Clerk
101 S. River Street, Rm 100
Enterprise, Oregon, 97828
phone: (541) 426-4543 ext. 158
fax: (541) 426-5901

Wasco
Wasco County Clerk
511 Washington, Suite 201
The Dalles, Oregon, 97058
phone: 541-506-2530
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Washington
Washington County Recorder
155 N First Avenue M/S 9
Hillsboro, Oregon, 97124-3072
phone: (503) 846-8741
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Yamhill
Yamhill County Clerk
414 NE Evans Street
McMinnville, Oregon, 97128-4607
phone: 503) 434-7518
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FAQs about Oregon Notice of Right to Lien Form

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Are design plan sets considered materials for the purpose of filing a pre-lien

We typically delivery a plan set (scope of supply and design submittal) to our customer long before delivering labor or materials. However, we haven't been...

Our customer changed on a project – send new Prelims?

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Are electronically signed construction liens valaid?

IF we send the info notice and the notice of right to lien via docusign is it valid?

How reliminary “right to lien” notice work in Oregon

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