Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 45
LIENS, MORTGAGES AND PLEDGES
CHAPTER 19
STATE LIENS
45-1910.  Effective date and transition. (1) This chapter shall be in full force and effect for all notices of state lien which are filed on or after July 1, 1998.
(2)  Except for notices of state lien for child support delinquency, the transition period for filing notices of state lien shall begin on January 1, 1998, and end on June 30, 1998. The following conditions shall apply to notices which were filed or recorded before January 1, 1998, and to notices filed during the transition period:
(a)  A notice of state lien which was recorded with a county recorder between January 1, 1993, and June 30, 1993, shall lapse on the fifth anniversary of the recording date, unless the filing agency records a notice of renewal with the recorder prior to the lapse and files a notice of transition and continuation with the secretary of state before July 1, 1998. A notice of transition and continuation shall include all of the information required by section 45-1904, Idaho Code, the date of the recording of the original notice with the county recorder, and a statement that the effectiveness of the notice is to be continued for another five (5) year period. In the event the filing agency files a notice of transition and continuation, the effectiveness of the notice of state lien shall lapse on the tenth anniversary of the original recording date, unless the filing agency files a further notice of continuation as required by section 45-1906(4), Idaho Code.
(b)  A notice of state lien which was recorded with a county recorder between July 1, 1993, and December 31, 1997, will remain effective beyond June 30, 1998, only if a filing agency files a notice of transition with the secretary of state during the transition period. A notice of transition shall include all of the information required by section 45-1904, Idaho Code, and the date of the recording of the original notice with the county recorder. After a notice of transition has been filed, the effectiveness of the notice of state lien shall lapse on the fifth anniversary of the date of the recording with the county recorder, unless the filing agency files a notice of continuation as required by section 45-1906(4), Idaho Code.
(c)  A notice of state lien which is first filed during the transition period shall be fully effective during the transition period only if the filing agency has filed a notice with the secretary of state and recorded a notice with the appropriate county recorder. A notice of state lien which is filed with the secretary of state during the transition period, and which is not recorded with the county recorder, shall be fully effective on and after July 1, 1998, and shall be effective before that date against any party with actual notice after the date of filing. A notice of state lien which is recorded with a county recorder during the transition period, but not filed with the secretary of state, shall be fully effective through June 30, 1998. A notice of state lien first filed during the transition period shall lapse on the fifth anniversary of the date of filing with the secretary of state, unless the filing agency files a notice of continuation as required by section 45-1906(4), Idaho Code.
(3)  The effectiveness of a notice of state lien for child support delinquency which was recorded with a county recorder shall lapse on July 1, 1998, unless a notice of transition is filed with the secretary of state on or before July 1, 1998. If a notice of transition is filed, the notice of state lien will remain effective until a notice of release is filed pursuant to section 45-1908(2), Idaho Code.
(4)  A notice of state lien on record with a county recorder before July 1, 1998, and not previously lapsed or released, shall be deemed to have lapsed on July 1, 1998, and shall be null, void and of no further force and effect.
(5)  A notice of state lien transitioned to the secretary of state will remain in effect on the records of the secretary of state pursuant to the procedures of section 45-1906, Idaho Code, despite having lapsed with the county recorder under the preceding section [subsection].
(6)  Notwithstanding the provisions of section 45-1905, Idaho Code, a state lien which was perfected under a prior law and transitioned to perfection under this chapter without a break in perfection shall have priority as if it had been filed under this chapter on the date of its original perfection under the prior law.

History:
[45-1910, added 1997, ch. 205, sec. 1, p. 610; am. 2012, ch. 183, sec. 1, p. 485.]


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