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State Tax Lien The state has a statute of limitations. According to the Minnesota Department of Revenue website, the lien must be filed within 5 years of the date of occurrence. After that, they have 10 years to collect. A renewal of the lien may be filed, but it must be done before the 10-year date.
Under RCW 60.04. 181, the property owner has the right to take the case to court to compel deliverance of the lien release, i.e., demand that the satisfied lien be released and wiped off the record. Lawsuits can be expensive and stressful, so its best practice to avoid court appearances altogether if you can.
In addition, an unlicensed person who knowingly violates the law has no right to claim a lien and the lien is void.
Whether you are an individual or a business, we may file a lien at any time and add a charge of $30 to file and release it. (See Minnesota Statutes, section 270C. 63 and section 16D. 08).
How long does a judgment lien last in New Jersey? A judgment lien in New Jersey will remain attached to the debtors property (even if the property changes hands) for 20 years.

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If a lien is filed against your property (in the form of a lien statement), it must be filed with the county recorder and a copy delivered to you, the property owner, either personally or by certified mail, within 120 days after the last material or labor is furnished for the job.
A lien statement is filed in the county in which the property that received work or materials I located. A copy must be delivered to the property owner either personally or through certified mail. The lien must be filed within 120 days after the last material or labor is supplied for the property.
A lien statement is filed in the county in which the property that received work or materials I located. A copy must be delivered to the property owner either personally or through certified mail. The lien must be filed within 120 days after the last material or labor is supplied for the property.
In Utah, an action to enforce a mechanics lien (both pre-construction or construction) must be initiated within 180 days of the date on which the Notice of Lien was filed.
Once a judgment is docketed, a judgment lien in Minnesota generally lasts for 10 years.

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