They cant legally "threaten" to do do anything that they cant legally do, so the answer is YES, they can attach your home.
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 can I place a lien on a non profit corporation who I have a contract with and who owes me money?
How do you place a lien on someone's home.
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.
A lien can be placed on the vehicle after due process is followed according to the law in which the incident took place.
No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.
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?
lieu means "place" as in "in lieu of" means "in place of" where lien means "hold". A person or company may put a lien on your property for monies owed them. They now have a stake on your assets.
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.
A creditor can place a lien on a property in South Carolina. This is to ensure their loan is paid.
In BC, Canada you can. -Not sure about US.
The only way to remove an active lien is to pay it off. You cannot sell or mortgage your home until the lien is paid.
In many states, the investor on the home that was foreclosed may ask a court to place a lien on the second home if they took a loss on the foreclosed home.
You can put 'a lien' on a home in The Bahamas.
Yes, they can place a lien. The property still has value and the life estate doesn't effect that.
If you owe overdue utility charges the utility company can sue for payment and record a judgment lien if it prevails.
If the company holding a lien on a car ceases to exist, its assets are usually bought up or inherited by another company. A lien is an asset, so the lien continues to exist and you pay the money to the new owner. If the lien is held by one company but the car manufacturer ceases to exist, the lien stays the same.
no...but small claims court works
No a home with a lien on it cannot be sold. A lien gives first right to the property to the creditor.
If you have a private student loan with Sallie Mae and it goes default and you don't pay it in full, YES they most certainly can place a lien on your house or your cosigners house AND they will. They can garnish pay, checking/savings, they can even place a lien on a professional license, meaning you can't renew it and continue in your field. If you have a cosigner and they die and your loans were in default they can go after anything your cosigner had as well. Sallie Mae is back by the federal gov't. so it's not like skipping out on your Discover Card, unlike most creditors, Sallie Mae can and will continue to follow you until you die and then it will follow your estate if you have anything of value.
Yes--but only if they have a court judgment against you. In that case, they would have what is called a judgment lien.
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.
An insurance company generally does not pay the lien holder directly. The vehicle owner is responsible for paying for insurance coverage and will often deal with the insurance company themselves after a collision has taken place.
Creditors can place a lien on your home in the state of Kansas. This ensures creditors are paid an amount agreed upon in by the court.