There is no single answer to your question, but you are most likely on track to have a lien started.
The reason there is no single answer is that every storage place operates differently - some will place a lien after as little as 2 or 3 missed payments, while some may wait a year.
Your best bet is to make up the payments any way you can - send your payment every month with some extra payment - and if you do this, they will likely not start the lien since they will see you are catching up.
it will be in there storage agreement then correct
It probably will not. They may have some time period in there, but likely it will just give them the right to place the lien after any payments are missed. The fact is that every storage facility files the liens at different time periods.
You are very welcome, and best of luck to you.
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