A garagemen’s lien creates a lien in a car in favor of a company who has public garages for the storage, care, or repair of cars when a car is put there with the consent of its owner. The lien is for proper charges, for work upon or in connection with the inspection, reconditioning, repairing, and/or storage of the car. This form is a generic example that may be referred to when preparing such a form for your particular state. It is for illustrative purposes only. Local laws should be consulted to determine any specific requirements for such a form in a particular jurisdiction.
Notice of Lien of Garageman and Sale (Name of State) Department of Motor Vehicles Pursuant to (cite state statute): To: (Name of Owner), of (street address, city, state, zip code). To: (Name of Lienholder), of (street address, city, state, zip code). Please take notice that (Name of Garageman), of (street address, city, state, zip code), hereby claims a lien on the following motor vehicle or boat now in the possession of said Garageman pursuant to (citation of state). Vehicle or Hull ID Number: (number). Year: Identification of year). Make: (description of make). Plate Number (if available): (number of plate). Model: (Description of Model). Estimated Retail Value Prior to Filing of the Lien: $______________ The nature of the lien (towing and/or daily storage charges listing the number of days and cost per day, including the date of the tow and/or the date the storage charges began) with an itemized statement of the claim, the date it was due, and the total amount due is listed below. If repair costs are claimed, a copy of the invoice dated (date), which itemizes the cost of parts and labor is attached. Authorization to tow, store or repair is also attached. Towing: Date towed: (date) Amount owed: $ _________ Repair: $(_______) Amount owed: $___________ Storage Fees: $___________ Date Storage Began: (date) Number of
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