The purpose of this form is to file a lien on a company or individual to whom you are renting, leasing, or selling equipment. We will not conduct a lien search from this form. You can find the search request form here.

Liens are filed in the state a company is incorporated or the primary residence of an individual. This would be the driver’s license or state ID for an individual. The name on the identification should be used.

Though it is your responsibility to have this information we will verify the state of incorporation of a company.

  • Requester (secured party / lessor)

  • Debtor / Lessee

  • Credit Card Information

    This information is needed for first time customers. For returning customers it is considered optional unless otherwise requested by management of Ground Clearance, LLC. Your information is always kept private.
    The party requesting Ground Clearance LLC file a UCC-1 is responsible for the legality of the filed document. The debtor/lessee has been notified a lien will be filed in conjunction with the rental/lease of the equipment specified below. A 3% fee is added to all credit and charge card payments.

    If you are filing without the right to file or for fraudulent or other “less-than- legal” purposes, Ground Clearance LLC, the owner(s), agents, and/or any representatives of Ground Clearance LLC are held harmless and will not be named in any suit.

    It is the duty of the requester to provide the correct legal name and address of the lessee. If lessee is a legal company, the lien shall be filed in the state of incorporation. If lessee is an individual, it is your responsibility to provide the state of primary residence and legal name of the individual. Verify with a legal form of identification.

    A lien will be filed in other jurisdictions at your written request. Additional fees will apply for each jurisdiction. By checking the box and submitting the form, you agree to pay the invoiced filing fee in advance of the filing.

    A copy of the filing will be forwarded to you as soon as it is filed, and Ground Clearance receives a copy from the filing office.