Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 45
LIENS, MORTGAGES AND PLEDGES
CHAPTER 3
LIENS IN CROPS
45-310.  Duration of lien. (1) A notice of claim of lien for farm labor remains in effect for twelve (12) months from the date of filing. The notice of claim of lien may be extended for six (6) months by filing a notice of extension of claim of lien. The notice of extension shall contain such information as the form prescribed by the secretary of state shall require, and shall be filed within sixty (60) days prior to the lapse of the original twelve (12) month period.
(2)  A notice of claim of lien for seed remains in effect for sixteen (16) months from the date of filing. If a crop subject to a lien for seed is not harvested within ten (10) months after the date of filing, the notice of claim of lien may be extended for six (6) months by filing a notice of extension of claim of lien. The notice of extension shall contain such information as the form prescribed by the secretary of state shall require, and shall be filed within sixty (60) days prior to the lapse of the original sixteen (16) month period.
(3)  Civil action to enforce a lien on crops shall be commenced within the periods set forth in subsections (1) and (2) of this section.

History:
[45-310, added 1989, ch. 359, sec. 2, p. 902; am. 2000, ch. 338, sec. 2, p. 1132.]


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