Nebraska Revised Statute 52-2201
Financing statement filed prior to November 1, 2003; loss of perfection; continuation statement; filing required; contents; effect; Secretary of State; duties.
A financing statement filed to perfect a lien pursuant to sections 52-202, 52-501, 52-701, 52-901, 52-1101, 52-1201, 52-1401 to 52-1411, 54-201, or 54-208, which was properly filed prior to November 1, 2003, shall lose its perfection unless a continuation statement is filed with the Secretary of State after June 30, 2014, and before January 1, 2015. Such continuation statement shall include a statement that the original financing statement is still effective. The filing of a continuation statement shall preserve the priority of the original filing and shall be effective for five years after the date of filing of the continuation statement and may be subsequently continued as provided in article 9, Uniform Commercial Code. Not later than May 31, 2014, the Secretary of State shall notify, by first-class mail, the lienholders of record of the liens described in this section that such a lien shall lose its perfection unless a continuation statement is filed with the Secretary of State as provided in this section.