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This disclosure statement is given to the consumer (customer) from the contractor showing they are registered in the state of Washington. The consumer (customer) signs this form as acknowledgment of receipt.

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Washington County Recorders

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

Benton County Auditor
620 Market St
Prosser, Washington, 99350
Phone: 509-736-2727
Fax: 509-736-2700

Chelan County Recorder
350 Orondo Avenue
Wenatchee, Washington, 98807
Phone: 509-667-6815
Fax: 509-667-6825

Clark County Auditor
1300 Franklin St
Vancouver, Washington, 98660
Phone: 360-397-2208
Fax: 360-397-2137

Cowlitz County Auditor
207 4th Ave. N
Kelso, Washington, 98626
Phone: 360-577-3006
Fax: 360-414-5552

Franklin County Auditor
1016 N. 4th Ave.
Pasco, Washington, 99301
Phone: 509-545-3502

Grant County Auditor
35 C St. NW
Ephrata, Washington, 98823
Phone: 509-754-2011
Fax: 509-754-6575

Grays Harbor
Grays Harbor County Auditor
100 W Broadway Suite 2
Montesano, Washington, 98563
Phone: (360) 964-1557

Island County Recorder
P.O. Box 5000
Coupeville, Washington, 98239-5000
Phone: 360-240-5549
Fax: 360-240-5565

Jefferson County Auditor
1820 Jefferson Street
Port Townsend, Washington, 98368
Phone: 360-385-9115

King County Recorder's Office
500 Fourth Ave Room 311
Seattle, Washington, 98104
Phone: 206-296-1843 or 1844

Kitsap County Auditor Recording
619 Division St
Pt. Orchard, Washington, 98366-4687
Phone: 360-337-4935
Fax: 360-337-4645

Kittitas County Auditor
205 W 5th AVE Suite 105
Ellensburg, Washington, 98926
Phone: 509) 962-7504
Fax: 509-962-7687

Lewis County Auditor
351 NW North Street
Chehalis, Washington, 98532
Phone: 360-740-1156

Lincoln County Auditor
450 logan st
Davenport, Washington, 99122
Phone: (509)725-4971
Fax: 509-725-0820

Mason County Auditor
P.O. Box 400 411 N 5th Street
Shelton, Washington, 98584
Phone: 360) 427-9670
Fax: (360) 427-1753

Pacific County Auditors Office
300 Memorial Dr
South Bend, Washington, 98586
Phone: (360) 875-9318
Fax: 360-875-9333

Pend Oreille
625 W 4th Street
Newport, Washington, 99156
Phone: (509) 447-6474

Pierce County Auditor
2401 S 35th Street, ROom 200
Tacoma, Washington, 98409
Phone: 253-798-7427

San Juan
San Juan County Auditor
350 Court Street
Friday Harbor, Washington, 98250
Phone: 360) 378-2161
Fax: 360-378-6256

Skagit County Auditor
700 s. second st administration building, room 201
Mt Vernon, Washington, 98273
Phone: 3603369420 ext 3
Fax: 360-416-1698

Skamania County Auditor
240 NW Vancouver Ave Attn: Recording
Stevenson, Washington, 9864
Phone: (509) 427-3730
Fax: (509) 427-3740

Snohomish County Auditors Office
3000 Rockefeller Avenue, M/S 204
Everett, Washington, 98201
Phone: 425-388-3483

Spokane County Auditor
ATTN: RECORDING 1116 West Broadway Avenue
Spokane, Washington, 99210
Phone: (509) 477-2270

Stevens County Assessor
215 South Oak Street
Colville, Washington, 99114
Phone: 509-684-6161
Fax: 509-684-7580

Thurston County Auditor-Recorder
2000 Lakeridge Dr. SW
Olympia, Washington, 98502
Phone: 360-786-5405
Fax: 360-786-5223

Walla Walla
Walla Walla County Auditor
Second Floor, Rm 201 - 315 West Main St
Walla Walla, Washington, 99362
Phone: 509-524- 2549

Whatcom County Auditor
311 Grand Avenue, Suite 103
Bellingham, Washington, 98225
Phone: 360-778-5100 press 2
Fax: 360-778-5101

Whitman County Auditor
400 N. Main Street Attn: Recording
Colfax, Washington, 99111
Phone: (509) 397-6270

Yakima County Recorder
128 N 2nd St, Room 117
Yakima, Washington, 98901
Phone: 509) 574-1330
Fax: 509) 574-1341

FAQs about Washington Model Disclosure Statement Form

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Filed a mechanics lien without giving notice.

Filed a lien without first filing a prelim notice. I don’t know what I should do. A customer didn’t pay and now I just filed...

Does the Model Disclosure Notice need to be signed by the owner of the property or the tenant that hired us?

If it needs to be signed by the owner and not the tenant of the building how does that work. I can easily find the...

Can a filed preliminary notice be released?The title company search on a client's project shows the bank as second in line due to our notice filed and so the bank won't release funds for the project.

The only thing filed is a Notice of Furnishing Professional Services.

Can subcontractors who provide file a mechanic's lein?

lien? If not, what are their options when L & I has determined payment is owed?

My question is regarding Pre-lien notices for Sub-Tiers on a project in WA. We have a sub contractor that has around 34 sub-tiers and 8 of them have filed Pre-Lien notices do we need to collect all 34 or just the 8?

My question is regarding Pre-lien notices for Sub-Tiers on a project in WA. We have a sub contractor that has around 34 sub-tiers and 8...

Am I required to send preliminary notice? If not, does the 60day rule apply to me?

I was the subcontractor on a large single family home deck project in washington state. I have been paid very little by the GC. I...

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