Post a free boat claim of lien to our nationwide database.
⚫Free listings with no obligation or hidden costs.
⚫Ideal for private and commercial lienholders.
⚫Covers watercraft from ski-boats to mega-yachts.
⚫Exposure to interested parties all over the world.
⚫Motivates delinquent owners to settle lien claims.
⚫Supplements government lien recording exposure.
⚫Post a lien claim with minimal effort online today.
⚫No login set up, password, or renewals required.
Simply click on the appropriate button below to post or remove boat lien claims.
liens arise from non-payment of obligations such as goods, services,
damages, and assessments. They can become attached to any boat and
remain effective even beyond subsequent owners. Making good on a
lien can however become a difficult issue for many claimants. This
is because the options for enforcing maritime liens are very limited
within the marine industry. In most cases it will require
the services of an attorney, a court ruling, and a public sale in
order to collect payment.
There is however, one way of motivating delinquent owners into settling without having to go through the foreclosure process. This can be done by publicizing the claim and making it known to the boating public. Buyers and lenders are not usually inclined to finalize a boat transaction without first addressing such issues. The owner may therefore simply pay up on the merit of knowing that interested parties may be aware of the claim.
Our boat claims database is ideal for boatyards, marinas, suppliers, tax agencies and other lien holders. It affords claimants with an opportunity of exposing their liens to an expansive network of prospective buyers, marine lenders, and other interested parties. Boat lien records are exactly the kind of information that visitors who frequent our web site are seeking. There is absolutely no cost or fees for posting a claim and it only takes a few minutes to complete our online data form. Get started right away without any need for setting up an account, password, or subscription.
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