Agricultural Lien Finder
USE OF THIS RESOURCE IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE AND IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR CONSULTING AN ATTORNEY.
The below questions are meant to assist you in determining what non-UCC liens may be asserted under Oregon law in various contexts. If you answer “yes” to a question, click the link to find out what liens you may be able to assert, and additional information about those liens, such as whether you are required to maintain possession of the collateral and whether filing is required. The term “chattel,” as used below, simply refers to personal property, which is basically anything other than real property (i.e., land or that which is affixed to land, such as fixtures or growing crops). A harvested hemp crop is a “crop” and is also a “chattel” and “agricultural produce.”