2014 Nebraska Revised Statutes
Chapter 52 - LIENS
52-1906 - Recording of nonconsensual common-law lien; claimant; serve copy upon owner; sheriff; duties; proceeding to enforce; time limit.
52-1906. Recording of nonconsensual common-law lien; claimant; serve copy upon owner; sheriff; duties; proceeding to enforce; time limit.
In order that the owner of real property upon which a nonconsensual common-law lien is recorded shall have notice of the recording of the lien, the claimant shall cause the sheriff to serve a copy of the recorded lien upon the owner of the real property upon which the nonconsensual common-law lien is recorded and the sheriff shall make return thereof without delay by filing proof of service with the register of deeds as provided in subsection (1) of section 25-507.01. There shall be no filing fee for filing the proof of service. A judicial proceeding to enforce a nonconsensual common-law lien shall be instituted by the claimant within ten days after recording the lien. Failure to serve a copy of the recorded lien upon the owner or failure to file a judicial proceeding to enforce the lien shall cause the lien to lapse and be of no legal effect.
- Laws 2013, LB3, § 5.
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