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Arkansas - Lee County Notice of Intent to File Form

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Lee County Notice of Intent to File Form Page 1

Notice of Intent to File Form - Lee County

Fill in the blank form formatted to comply with all recording and content requirements.
Included document last updated 9/5/2019


Lee County Notice of Intent to File Guide Page 1

Notice of Intent to File Guide - Lee County

Line by line guide explaining every blank on the form.
Included document last updated 9/3/2019


Lee County Completed Example of the Notice of Intent to File Document Page 1

Completed Example of the Notice of Intent to File Document - Lee County

Example of a properly completed form for reference.
Included document last updated 8/12/2019


*The Following Arkansas and Lee County supplemental forms are included as a courtesy with your order.


Real Property Transfer Affidavit

Real Property Transfer Affidavit

This is a required form due at the time of filing. This form lists 12 transfer tax exemptions that may apply and must be submitted in order to claim one of them.


Homestead Exemption

Homestead Exemption

Amendment 79 provides a tax credit for property owners on their homestead (your primary residence) property. There are only two requirements for eligibility: - The property is your primary residence. - You are the owner of record. The credit is itemized on your Real Estate Tax bill as a credit toward the amount of your taxes due.


Notary Certificate

Notary Certificate

The supplemental form in this section can be used as loose certificate by notaries in the state.


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Areas covered by these Notice of Intent to File Forms:

  • Lee County

Including:

  • Aubrey
  • Brickeys
  • Haynes
  • La Grange
  • Marianna
  • Moro

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What is the Arkansas Notice of Intent to File?

The Arkansas 10 days' notice of intent to file lien under Ark Code Sec. 18-44-114 is a preliminary notice required from a potential claimant before filing a claim of lien against a property. A claim of lien is unenforceable if the claimant fails to abide notice requirements as directed by law.

The notice, delivered to the owner, states the balance owed on an underlying contract. If the balance is not paid within ten days' receipt of the notice, the claimant has a claim on the property and may proceed to file a claim of lien against the title.

Arkansas law stipulates what constitutes "delivery." Notice may be served by an officer authorized to serve process in a civil action; a person who would be a competent witness; by mail addressed to the person to be served, with restricted delivery and return receipt requested; or by any means that provides written, third-party verification of delivery to anywhere the owner maintains residence or an office or conducts business (18-44-114). When served by persons other than an officer, an affidavit of service of notice is also required. When served by mail, the verification of service is a return receipt signed by the addressee or a returned piece of mail or affidavit by postal worker showing refusal of notice by the addressee or that the notice was unclaimed.

In cases where the owner resides in a county other than the one in which the property under contract is located, the notice gets recorded in the circuit clerk's office. Otherwise, the notice is a standalone document, and is not required to be notarized or recorded. Proof of service of notice, along with a copy of the notice, however, is required when filing a claim of lien, so the document is attached as an exhibit to a claim of lien filing.

An effective notice should also contain a description of the property that will become subject to the lien, a description of the labor, services, materials, or equipment furnished by the claimant, and identify the claimant by name, along with any individual acting on behalf of the claimant signing the notice.

Consult an attorney questions about notice requirements, or for any other issues related to the lien law process in Arkansas.

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