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The answer depends on the details. If it was a legitimate transfer for consideration the lender may have missed its opportunity to attach its lien to the property. However, if it was a transfer for the purpose of avoiding the creditor the court may allow the lien and void the transfer. Creditors are aware of this distinction and will petition the court to protect their rights.

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The lender can only place a lein on YOUR property.

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Q: Can a lender still place a lien on your real estate property if you have grant deeded over the home to someone else before they placed the judgment?
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Can a mortgage be omitted from probate if the property was deeded to someone else before death?

No, the mortgage is a debt of the estate. That mortgage must be resolved before the property can be transferred.


What is the spousal rights to property that was quit claim deeded to a relative before death?

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If a person on social security disability inherited a property and then "deeded" it to a person who is underage there is one property. Why do you think there are two?


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That would mean a property owner who acquired their interest in the property by virtue of a deed.


What is the definition of deeded land?

A deeded piece of land is a property that has been signed over to you. It could either have been paid for or given to you as a gift.


If a parent dies intestate but deeded property to only one sibling can the others make a claim on the property?

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If a property is deeded to a person receiving ssi and occupying the property to be deeded will it affect his ssi benefits?

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How can you get caliber to understand that you deeded your property to hsbc in 2010 three years before caliber acquired the account from hsbc tax records show the title change on february 2010?

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Who name is a deed in if they have a lifetime dowry?

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Can real property be deeded to a minor?

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Can a home be sold by one while the other is still living there?

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What are children's rights if property is deeded to them before the death of their father if their mother has a life estate on the property?

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Can someone quit claim a property they already had quit claim deeded to their wife?

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What happens to property when mom dies and has deeded the property to her to son?

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How do you find fair market value of land that was deeded to son from father six months before father died?

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A rental property was deeded over to siblings via a life estate deed transfer who is legally liable in the event the property is sued?

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If legally married can the wife buy deeded property without the husband's signature?

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Is deeded a word?

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