Can you put a lien on someone's business if they owe you money?
You can try to put a lien on someone's business but they may be protected by having an LLC or other form of business. You may be able to hold them personally liable instead. A judgement will not mean you are paid, however. It just means you should be paid.
In this particular state you can not put a lien on a vehicle. There are 49 other states in the Union. Read More
Yes, if you have proof that someone owes you money you can go to the courthouse and file a lien on their home, land, car, etc.. Read More
Of course. A lien is evidence of money you owe. A lender would require that you pay the lien before it loans you more money. Of course. A lien is evidence of money you owe. A lender would require that you pay the lien before it loans you more money. Of course. A lien is evidence of money you owe. A lender would require that you pay the lien before it loans you more money… Read More
No, of course not. You cannot owe yourself money. You cannot enter into a contract with yourself therefore there would be no legal basis for a lien. Read More
How do you put a lien on someones house after you obtain a judgment against them for the money they owe you?
You can request a judgment lien from that court and arrange to have it recorded through the court in the land records. In many jurisdictions the sheriff's department records judgment liens. Read More
Mechanic's lien- no. Mechanic's lien- no. Mechanic's lien- no. Mechanic's lien- no. Read More
Just like any other business person to whom you owe money, he can file a lien against you. Read More
If you owe it money and they sue you in court and win then yes, they can obtain a judgment lien against you that can be recorded in the land records. If you owe it money and they sue you in court and win then yes, they can obtain a judgment lien against you that can be recorded in the land records. If you owe it money and they sue you in court and win… Read More
A land lien (or property lien) is used to inform the public you owe money on the house. It is often printed in the local newspaper. Read More
Not sure what you mean. You have to sue them in court, if they owe you money. Then, if they don't pay you could garnish their wages. You'll need an attorney to place a lien. If you owe money, no one can put a lien on a relative's property. Read More
If you owe her money and she can prove it, yes. Read More
If you owe money that you won't pay the creditor can sue you in court. If they win the court will issue a judgment lien that includes all the costs and interest. The lien can be recorded in the land records. You cannot mortgage or sell your real property until the lien is paid. If the lien is large enough the creditor can also force the sale of your home and deduct the money you… Read More
Take them to court where they can then apply a lien if repayment is not met. Read More
yes i woulb put a lien for the back rent that is due Read More
It depends on what the debt is the result of. If the debt was incurred because of unpaid services rendered or goods delivered to their property, then, yes. For all other debts, you will need what is called a judgment lien. A judgment lien is where you sue someone, and are awarded a judgment against them. If the judgment is not paid, it can be filed in the property records, and creates a lien on… Read More
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. Read More
No as a judgment is required from a judge which means you legally owe restitution for something. Read More
No. A lien is issued by a court after it has determined that someone owes you money. Read More
Yes, if you owe it money and it has prevailed in a lawsuit against you. Read More
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In Texas can a mechanic who claims you owe him money have a recovery agency repo your car without first filing a mechanics lien through the court?
"WHO CLAIMS YOU STILL OWE HIM MONEY"???IF you don't owe him money, CALL an ATTORNEY asap. That's simple. IF you DO owe him money, paying it is the cheapest way to get your car back. MERRY CHRISTMAS Read More
How do you sell a car if the money from a private party will be used to cover what you owe on the title?
Take the buyer & title to the car with you to the lender that holds the lien on the vehicle. Use the money he is paying you to pay off the loan and get a lien release from the lender. Sign the car over to the buyer at the lender's place of business. Take this lien release and the title with you and the buyer to your DMV, and transfer the car into the buyer's… Read More
you owe somebody money and your car was used as collateral Read More
Yes, but only by a court order. Read More
If you lent someone a large sum of money and their dad passed away can you put a lien on her father's estate?
You cannot put a lien on the estate of someone unless they owed you money. In this case, the deceased did not owe you any money. Read More
If you owe her money, sure she can. But first, she must sue you in court and get a judgment lien against you. That lien can be recorded in the land records and you can't sell or mortgage your property until that lien, and the interest, is paid off. Read More
You cannot file a lien on your own car to prevent another from filing a lien on your car. If you owe someone money they may be able to put a lien on your car so that they are paid in full. Read More
If you owe a lot of money to a hospital in Florida should you pay the collection agency or the hospital?
Can Florida homeowners lose their homes if they owe a hospital money? Can hospitals in Florida take your home if they have a lien against it? Read More
If the lien holder allows. This is voluntary repossession and will probably not relieve you of any money you owe. Read More
If you owe money, they can put a lien on your home. Even a mobile home. Read More
If you offered it as collateral yes but your lienholder will not be happy Read More
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. Read More
Of course you do. Read More
You cannot sell a car you have a loan on if the lender has a lien on the vehicle. You will need permission from the lien holder to sell the car. If the lender has no lien on the vehicle then you can sell it if you wish. The title will list any lien holder. Read More
If you have a landlord then you don't own the house. A lien on a house would be against the owner of the property. The landlord owns the house and they wouldn't place a lien on their own property. If you owe a debt to a landlord they can file an eviction in the housing court and file a lawsuit against you for the money you owe. Read More
This lien clouds your title of ownership, probably because you owe the association money. To clear the lien, pay the debt, then ask their attorney for a Release of Lien, which you can file at the local county courthouse. This clears your title. Read More
You owe them money. If you have money, the source of that money does not matter, they creditor can place a lien or garnish payments or get a court order for what is owed. Read More
Can the person or people you owe money to file a judgment or lien against you even if they don't have any documents to prove you owe them?
What they can do is file suit to reclaim the money. Their case is stronger with written proof such as an IOU, but a verbal agreement is also legally binding. If you owe someone money, work out a payment schedule and do the right thing. Read More
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It means that you owe someone money, they have obtained a judgment against you and you will not be able to sell or refinance your property until the lien is paid and a discharge is recorded. Read More
Is it possible to sell a motorcycle that you owe money on Is there any way to simply sell the bike for it's current value and still retain the extra debt owed to the dealer?
If you owe money on the motorcycle then the lender has a lien on the vehicle. You cannot sell it without the permission of the lien holder. You need to contact the dealer holding the loan and see if they can help you. Read More
Yes, But (I think) only if the money is owed to you for auto repair. You will want to check this out. Read More
Who has the title to this motorcycle? If they do then you'll have a tough time getting your money or your bike. Contact a lawyer - you might need one. Read More
Yes, but only by a court order. You have to be notified of any court proceeding in which the plaintiff is seeking to place a lien on any property held by you, the debtor. Read More
Yes. Then youll be paying extra money for interest. Get out of debt ASAP. Read More
Yes. Paying what you owe is the first step in removing the lien. You need to take care in handling the payoff. At the same time the creditor should prepare and file a release of the lien that is in proper form for the type of lien in your jurisdiction. The creditor may need to notify the court that the judgment has been satisfied and the court will arrange for a satisfaction of the lien… Read More
Yes. If the contractor has performed work on the house, and has not been paid, he may file a lien. Even if you truly don't owe the contractor any money, he may still file a lien; eventually, he will have to prove its validity in court or the lien is released automatically. Read More
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If you are owed money by the decedent you must file a claim with the court during the time period allowed for claims by creditors. Read More
If you live in a trailer park and don't pay the space fee can the property owner put a lien on your trailer?
Yes. If you owe the owner money, he can petition the court for lien against your personal assets (i.e.: trailer), Read More