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Harvester's Lien  [1]

Q1. What is a Notice of Lien?

A1.  A Notice of Lien is filed to create a public record of a claim against property. The claim arises from a service that was provided, a security interest, or a court order. A harvester's lien is a type of Notice of Lien.

 

Q2. What is a harvester's lien?

A2.  A lien filed by a harvester against grain and other crops that have been harvested.

 

Q3. How do I file a harvester's lien?

A3.  To file a harvester's lien:

See the filing instructions.

 

Q4. Who are the claimants and owners on a harvester's lien?

A4.  The harvester is the claimant. The owner is the person who owns the crops that were harvested.

 

Q5. When does a harvester's lien expire?

A5.  A harvester's lien is effective until a termination is filed.

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[1] Article 24.5 of Title 38, C.R.S.