Statutory Lien by a Metropolitan District


Is the Metro District required to serve a Notice of Intent to File a Statutory Lien upon a property owner prior to recording a Notice of Statutory Lien on property in Colorado? This is not for taxes, water provided but a dispute over fees charged for an inclusion into the district when we were told they would be $200 to $300 and ended up over $2000. The Metro District also placed a new road and water tank above our property which when it rains causes flooding and silt over 2′ or more to build up on the back of our garage and also flow into the garage as it’s log constructed. Home was there since 1972 and they say not their fault because home was built below grade. We argue that they are liable because their new road and tank was not put in until 1989 and continues to cause silt and drainage onto our property

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on February 8, 2021 11:53 am
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We can help you, but your issue is a little complicated for this forum. I recommend that you schedule a free case assessment 24/7 by calling 303-688-0944 or online at At your appointment, we'll meet by phone or video (Zoom), we'll discuss the lien, the flooding, you concerns, desired results, rights, remedies, the law, the process, timeline, how we can help, costs, etc.

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