How much do you need to owe the state of california before they place a lien on your property?

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The state can record a lien against your property for any amount you owe.

The state can record a lien against your property for any amount you owe.

The state can record a lien against your property for any amount you owe.

The state can record a lien against your property for any amount you owe.
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In Massachusetts can a debt collector place a lien or judgment on joint property if the debt is only owed by one spouse?

Mass. does have a Tenancy By The Entirety statute. Which may or may not protect marital property when only one spouse is the debtor. The problem arises if the "necessity" clause is valid. This is a portion of the law that states that any debts incurred for necessities, such as food, shelter, medical (MORE)

Can an attorney to whom you owe money use a lawsuit judgment to place a lien on your property?

Yes indeed. If you owe attorney fees the attorney can sue you in court. If successful, a judgment lien will be issued by the court. That judgment lien can be recorded in the land records against your property. Lawsuits for unpaid attorney's fees are not uncommon. If you owe the attorney a fee you (MORE)

How much does it cost to place a lien on someone's property when they owe you money?

Answer . The cost of obtaining a lien depends largely on the type of propery, the type of debt, whether you obtained a security agreement and whether the law grants you any special status to file a lien without going to court like a mechanic's lien. If you are a secured lender, you already have a (MORE)

How do you place a lien on a property?

United States The laws vary from state to state. Generally, you must file a lawsuit against the debtor in the civil court of jurisdiction. If you win you can request a judgment lien and it can be recorded in the land records. In most states a lien can be placed against jointly owned property to t (MORE)

Can liens be placed on unsecured property?

Yes. For example, even without a written security agreement, your house or car or other property can have a lien attached when you have not paid for work done on them. This is called a "mechanic's lien" and could also apply to anyone who has delivered materials to your contractors for home improv (MORE)

Can liens be placed on homesteaded property?

Yes, the term homesteaded (homestead exemption) refers to property that is the primary residence of the owner. Some states grant an automatic homestead exemption. In other states the owner must execute and record a homestead exemption in the land records. Real property is subject to liens by a ju (MORE)

How do you dispute a lien placed on your property?

That would totally depend on what state the property is located in and what type of lien it is. florida placed in May of 2005, the lien which I just got a copy of from our mortgage lender, says it is for expensed an x girlfriend claims to have paid for. I paid all expensed & gave her 6 months to (MORE)

What to do if a lien is placed on your property?

Your property cannot be sold or refinanced until the lien is paid. Once a judgment lien, tax lien or any other type of lien is issued the interest on the debt begins to pile up. You need to pay the lien as soon as possible. Once paid, the lien holder must provide you with a release that can be recor (MORE)

How do you put a lien on personal property in the state of California?

If you have a judgment, you can file a Notice of Judgment Lien with the Secretary of State. Information and a link to the form is here: http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/smallclaims/collectlien.htm If you are talking about a consensual lien (by agreement with the property owner) against busine (MORE)

A developer owes money to a subcontractor how does the subcontractor lien the property?

File a Mechanic's lien (the form is available on the web) with the County Recorder against the property where you performed the work. The developer will not get paid by the owner of the property until all liens have been released. However, you had to have served a Preliminary Notice for the work you (MORE)

If past the deadline to file a mechanic's lien is there another way to place a lien on real property if the owner owes me money for investing and working on their property?

Answer . A mechanic's lien serves to hold your place in line on the record title as a creditor WHILE YOU FILE a civil action against the person who owes you money. A mechanic's lien expires after a short period, usually 90 days. You are expected to obtain a court judgment and record a judgment li (MORE)

What documentation do you need to place a lien on real property?

Anwer . In order to place a lien on someone's property you must bring an action in the appropriate civil court in your area. If you are successful the court will issue an execution that will be recorded in the land records and a copy will be served on the debtor by the sheriff. The debtor will not (MORE)

How much taxes is owed on an eleven million dollar lottery prize in the state of California?

Taxed both Federally and State at your ordinary income rate, it's just like any other income, whatever that rate for you would be - (depends on many factors, dedcutions, other income, other expenses, businesses, etc).. The State and Fed will withhold an amount of the payout as an estimated tax (lik (MORE)

What is the number of the lien document that is needed to put a lien on property for money owed?

There is no particular number of a form, although state law usually governs the format of a lien.\n. \nTo save yourself time, money, and embarrassment, I strongly advise you to retain an attorney to prepare the lien documents. Otherwise, any mistake you make can cost you thousands in attorney fees (MORE)

Can you place a lien on property after it has been sold?

Generally, no. Once the property has been sold it's too late to place a lien against it. When someone owes you money and you obtain a court judgment you must arrange to record the lien immediately so that the property can't be sold without your lien being paid. If the property has already been sold (MORE)

What happens when a lien is placed on your property?

When a lien is filed against your property it affects the title to the property. You cannot sell or refinance the property until the lien is paid. Although the rules are different from state to state a lien can last for a long time if the creditor continues to record the proper extensions in the lan (MORE)

Can the owner of a home place a lien on the tenant for money owed?

If the person is your tenant then they don't own real property so there is no place for you to "place a lien". Placing a lien on a debtor generally means recording it in the land records so it attaches to any real property they own. You would need to bring a lawsuit in the appropriate court and i (MORE)

Can you put a lien against a property if they owe you money?

Short and simple,. I was asked to be the financial backer for a Christmas Tree sales Business, Trees 4 U,. and I then ended up with actual interaction trying to help sell these trees. The President verbally put a motorcycle for collateral, Honda Shadow, I'm not taking the Shadow, to personal to he (MORE)

Can a lien be placed on property if you owe child support arrearages?

A Springfield, MO Court placed a lien on the estate that a deceased father would have inherited from his parents, cutting any possibility of his older children, from his deceased first wife, from receiving anything.. Answer . Yes. Child Support Liens are an important tool in collecting arrearages. (MORE)

Child Support Arrears-Can a lien be put on property if you owe?

A Springfield, MO Court placed a lien on the estate that a deceased father would have inherited from his parents, cutting any possibility of his older children, from his deceased first wife, from receiving anything.. Answer . Yes. Child Support Liens are an important tool in collecting arrearages (MORE)

Can you place a lien on a vehicle that is owed to the bank?

This is possible in some states, but keep in mind that in some states also, a lien is no protection. It is possible in some states to sell a vehicle with no interference from a lien holder. Typically the type of lien you are refering to is called a mechanics lien, or something similar.

Can collections place lien on property?

Yes. If a judgment lien was granted by a court the lien can be recorded in the land records and you can't sell or mortgage the property until the lien is paid in full and discharged.

Can a lien be put on a property in foreclosure for owed homeowner's dues?

If the homeowners' association has recorded covenants and/or bylaws against the home in question, and the dues required by the covenants and/or bylaws have not been paid, a lien can be filed immediately in most cases, regardless of foreclosure or sale of the property. However, to ensure that the lie (MORE)

Does a lien on property mean it has to be sold in California?

A lien is paid out when the property is sold. It will come out of the proceeds paid to the seller for his recorded lien before a clear title can be issued to the new buyer. Otherwise, it just sits there as a matter of record. However, if the lien is large enough to be worth the trouble of foreclo (MORE)

Can you sell a property before a lien is put on it?

That depends on the situation and state laws. In most states a conveyance of property to avoid creditors is considered a fraudulent and can be voided by a court order. In that case the property is usually transferred to a child, friend or family member for nominal consideration. In other cases if an (MORE)

Will you be notified before a lien is placed on your property?

You will be notified when the debt is due. . You will be notified when the debt is overdue or in default. . You will be notified the creditor is taking further action. . You will be notified if a creditor takes you to court. . You will be notified if the creditor wins a judgment against you. . (MORE)

How many liens can be placed on property?

There is no limit. For voluntary liens, you are only limited by the amount of credit you can obtain on the value of your property. For liens such as judgment liens and tax liens, there is no limit but all the lien holders may not get paid depending on their seniority, the amount of the liens, and (MORE)

Can you place a lien on a property after it has been foreclosed on?

Your lien would be ineffective if the debtor no longer owns the property. If the property was foreclosed- the debtor no longer owns the property. Your lien would be ineffective if the debtor no longer owns the property. If the property was foreclosed- the debtor no longer owns the property. Your l (MORE)

Can you place a lien on a car for money owed on a tow bill?

This depends on either the state or local laws. If local law applies, then it depends on either the law in place at the location the vehicle was towed from -or- the law in place where it was towed to. These laws can widely vary. For instance, in Phoenix, Arizona USA, a towing company has the righ (MORE)

My ex husband placed property in his girlfriend's name. Can I place a lien on that property for money he owes me pursuant to a court order?

You need an attorney to give an accurate and well informed determination on this matter. Answer You cannot place a lien on any property without a court order to that effect. If your husband has refused to pay money that was ordered as part of a divorce action then you need to return to that c (MORE)

Can you place a lien on your Tennessee neighbors' property if they owe you for the care of their animals?

You would need to sue them in court and be successful. You would need proof they promised to pay for your services and that you provided the service. If you win the court can issue a judgment lien that can be recorded against the property in the land records. You would need to sue them in court and (MORE)

If someone dies and leaves the house to their child but owes a lot of credit card debt can a lien be placed on the property to collect the debt?

es. The debts of the decedent must be paid before any property can be distributed. The creditor can file a claim against the estate. The estate must be probated if it contains real property in order for title to pass to the heirs legally. es. The debts of the decedent must be paid before any proper (MORE)

How do you place a lien on a business that owes you money?

You need to sue it in court and win. If you win you can request a judgment lien. You need to sue it in court and win. If you win you can request a judgment lien. You need to sue it in court and win. If you win you can request a judgment lien. You need to sue it in court and win. If you win you ca (MORE)

Can you put a liens on someone's property if they do not owe you money?

No. A lien is issued by a court after it has determined that someone owes you money. No. A lien is issued by a court after it has determined that someone owes you money. No. A lien is issued by a court after it has determined that someone owes you money. No. A lien is issued by a court after it h (MORE)

Do you need a subpoena to get a lien on property?

No. A subpoena is a writ commanding a person designated in it to appear in court under a penalty for failure to appear. To obtain a lien you must sue the individual in court and win. If successful you can request a judgement lien that can be recorded against that person in the land records. They (MORE)

Can you transfer property with an outstanding mortgage by deed before a lien is placed on the property?

You could, but I wouldn't recommend it, at least certainly not without a written disclosure of the pre-existing lien. Depending on when the new deed is recorded, the mortgage may then be outside the chain of title. You do not mention whether you plan on paying off the mortgage, which is an important (MORE)

Can someone place a lien on your property if you already have a lien against it?

There is no limit to the number of liens that can be recordedagainst the title of any property. Generally, any creditor can sue you in court and obtain a judgment lien against you if they are successful. The lien mustbe recorded in the land records. When creditors force the sale ofthe property, l (MORE)