It is entirely possible that they can place a lien on the house. The hospital is entitled to place a claim against the estate and its assets. If the house is an asset, they can attach a lien to it to get their money.
Yes, a creditor can definitely place a lien on someone's home. In fact, a lien can be placed on anything that the individual owns.
How do you put a lien on a house in California?
How do you place a lien on someone's home.
Yes, however the judgment lien would take second place after the existing lien(s).
CAN CREDIT CARD COMPANIES OR THE AGENCIES THEY SELL YOUR DELIQUENT ACCOUNT TO PUT A LIEN ON YOUR HOME IN SOUTH CAROLINA AND IF SO WHAT ARE THE RULES ?
You can not sell your house or if you die your home will go to the people who have a lien on your home.The best thing to do is to pay off the lien which is usually someone or a bank you owe money.
To place a lien on a home you must first obtain a judgment in court then you must record the judement in the land records where the property is located.
That would be the debtor.
No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.
OF course! Its still his house..and your still there renting it! Whether someone puts a lien on his home is none of your business!
They can put a lien on your house if they have obtained a judgment against you. Then, when you sell your house, you will have to pay them first.
CitiFinancial will not place a lien on your home if they have your car as collateral. They will place a lein on your car and you risk them having your car repossessed.
Can a collection agency place a lien on a home belonging to a spouse not on title?
What do you mean? Did you purchase a home that has a lien on it? If so, you do not have a clear title to your home and the lien holder can take posession of your property. A lien should be paid off prior to completing a sale of a property. Good Luck
If the property is owned by the husband and wife as tenants by the entirety a lien for the debt of one will not affect the property.
To sell your home, you put a FOR SALE sign out front. If the value of the lien is less than what you will get out of the house, then when you sell the house and pay off the lien, you get the rest of the money. If the lien is for more than the house is worth and you are ready to move elsewhere, you hand the keys to the IRS and say. "Here, have fun. It is all yours." At that point you owe more on the house than the house is worth.
A creditor can place a lien on a property in South Carolina. This is to ensure their loan is paid.
You will have to pay off the lien at the time you sell the home you live in. If you apply for a loan based on the house as collateral, then the lien will be taken into consideration. I am not sure if your mortgage company is going to recognize the lien as being in first place should you also default on this home, or if there will be other issues with them.
no,,,,,,but they can put a lien on it,,,and when you sell your house,,it has to pay the lien amount,,,before you get any money from the house.
a civil lien can be put on property for nonpayment of any liabilities owed,but only after a judgment from a lawsuit ordered by the judge to pay. you can resolve the lien by paying the judgment in full or filing for bankruptcy. the civil lien will last for 10 years & can be renewed. if lien is in place during ownership of property, lien will be satisfied up sale of house in escrow.
In BC, Canada you can. -Not sure about US.
Work may continue with no interference. However, you will be unable to sell the home without that lien being paid in full.