Wyoming Mechanic’s Lien

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Below is an overview of the preliminary steps for filing a mechanic’s lien in the state of Wyoming.


  • Upfront Notice:
    • Preliminary Notice:
      • Required within 30 days of first providing service or materials to the project.
  • Follow-up Notice (if not paid):
    • Notice of Intent to File Lien:
      • Required at least 20 days before filing a lien statement. A lien must be filed within 120 days after last delivery, so BICA sets the deadline for the Intent to File Lien at 100 days of last delivery.
      • This notice is available on the BICA member portal.


  • Same handlings as for Commercial jobs. jobs


  • Upfront Notice:
    • Notice to Contractor: (Notice of Claimants Right to Protection Under Payment Bond or Guarantee)
      • Required within 60 days of first delivery.
  • Follow-up Notice: There is no statutory follow-up notice.

For more information, our site offers further resources on the topics of filing mechanic’s liens and preliminary notices. If you’re ready to get started, be sure to reach out to us on our contact page, or call us at (800) 722-2422.