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No, before real property can be sold or transferred the title must be clear of liens. Liens can be voided or waived if they were placed on property that is found to be exempt under state law. It is not unusual in TBE states for a lien to be placed against real property but such a lien is not enforceable and can and should be lifted.

AnswerYes, it may. Technically speaking, a property may be conveyed even with a lien on it. Liens do not prevent conveyances; however, the lien goes along with the property. If you buy a house with a lien on it you could be forced to pay the lien even though the debt secured by the lien is not your debt. You would then be able to sue the person that sold you the house to recover your losses. ClarificationThe purpose of recording a lien in the land records is to notify the world that a creditor has an interest in the property. Of course there is no police officer standing at your shoulder preventing you from conveying your property in a private sale. However, you and your buyer have skirted the law and may pay a lot more more down the road. The property remains subject to the lien. The creditor can take possession of the property and sell it. There will be added legal costs and interest because the debt continues to accrue interest at a statutory rate. The interest on a judgment lien in Massachusetts is 12%.

The seller should be particularly cautious about sneaking a sale of property with an outstanding federal tax lien. The IRS will want to know who handed over cash to the tax delinquent when there was public notice of an outstanding tax debt. It will want to know what the seller did with that cash.

The second answer above contains very poor advice. In any sale of real estate it is the responsibility of the buyer to have a professional title examination performed to disclose any outstanding liens. Stupidity is always difficult to defend in a court case.

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