C.R.S. Section 38-20-106.2
Molders’ liens

  • creation
  • notice


A molders’ lien shall attach to all of a customer’s molds in a molder’s possession for which a balance is due from such customer for any manufacturing or fabrication work performed and materials furnished. A molders’ lien shall be for the amount due for any such work performed or materials furnished, including interest at the rate specified in section 38-22-101 (5), unless otherwise agreed, and for all costs incurred in enforcing such lien, including attorney fees if specified by contract. The amount of such lien shall be determined by the value of any such manufacturing or fabrication work performed and material furnished unless the cost of such work and materials is otherwise specified by contract. A molder may retain possession of a mold until all charges are paid for such lien, unless a claim is made to such mold by the holder of a prior lien or by the holder of a lien of public record.


A molders’ lien created pursuant to this section shall be considered a security interest for the purposes of section 18-5-206, C.R.S.


No lien created by this section shall have priority over a lien of public record, including a lien filed pursuant to title 4, C.R.S., regardless of when the financing statement or notice of lien was filed or recorded.

Source: Section 38-20-106.2 — Molders’ liens - creation - notice, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-38.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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