Unless the debt is proved to be invalid there are not options to avoid a property lien once the creditor has obtained a judgment if that is how the creditor chooses to enforce the judgment writ. The one exception might be property held as Tenancy By The Entirety by a married couple. Please be advised that a Mechanic's Lien for repairs and/or improvement on the property can be filed without the due process of a lawsuit.
There are collection attorneys and they can place liens against real property, such as a house. In regards to placing a lien against a security deposit, that's ridiculous. No real collections attorney or one of the firms reps. would make such a claim.
== == Collection agencies do not have the legal right to pull your credit report unless you gave them permission.
If someone obtained a judgment lien against you for an unpaid debt, the only way to prevent it from being recorded against your property is to pay it in full.
No. Collection agencies (or any other agency/organization that lends money) cannot place liens on property that is not owned by the debtor. If they could, then what would stop them from placing liens on just anyone's property? In order for them to place a lien on a property, the person must be on title. Of course, there might always be some lawyer out there who might beg to differ and try to take it to court...but then again...if they're willing to take the debtor to court, they can just have a judgment placed against them by the courts.
No. Only the IRS and/or state tax agencies can place a lien against real property of the person who has tax arrearages. Also, only the IRS or States can get a lien filed without going to court.
The department you should request when placing a commercial collection call is to ask for the accounts payable department. First be sure you have collected all of your proper documents needed.
Yes. If the creditor wins a lawsuit against the debtor a judgment is entered in favor of the creditor. A judgment can be executed against any non-exempt property belonging to the debtor including but not limited to the placing of a lien against real property. In most situations a lien is possible regardless of the status of ownership of the property, with the exception being marital property held under TBE laws.
You can try asking him to move it, politely! If that doesn't work you might try contacting your local law enforcement agencies or an attorney to see what you can legally do about it.
Placing an arrow against the bow string is notching the arrow, and pulling the bow string back ready to release the arrow is drawing the bow.
you simply try to run your opponents out of business by buying all of the property and placing hotels and houses on your property without going bankrupt.
Can you protect your assets from bankruptcy by placing them in an irrevocable trust?
You can have a scatter plot where the data is displayed as a collection of points. You can also have a dot plot where a set of data is represented by placing dots over a number line to represent the frequency of data.
You can handcuff yourself by first placing the cuff around your dominant wrist. The other wrist can be cuffed by placing it against the body to provide enough force to close it.
Anywhere where they don't restrict driver visibility provided you have the permission of the owner of the property you're placing them on. Placing bumper stickers on objects you don't own is a form of vandalism.
An IRS tax lien means the IRS is placing a lien against your hours or other personal property. This is usually due to you owing the IRS an amount of money. If you cannot pay it within a certain amount of time, they could put a lien on your property, seize it, and sell it in order to make the money they are owed.
He propped his cane against the wall. * propped -----to support by placing something beneath it.
Lead generators in real estate are responsible for creating leads to a property they have listed. This is done by placing things that lead to the property listing in places they normally wouldn't such as Craigslist.
Yes. Read your collection policy to verify that you are responsible for all fees involved in collecting monies that you owe to the association.
Generally, the transfer of title to real estate to avoid creditors is against the law and is ineffective. The creditors can still attach the real estate by legal process. That type of transfer is called a 'fraudulent conveyance' and is extremely repugnant to the legal system. You can read more about it at the link provided below.
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Perhaps the most basic evil of slavery, and the basis upon which it began, is the placing of monetary value on the lives of human beings as property.
I'm certain that you can find an Oregon attorney who will be happy to fulfill this function for you . . . for a fee.
Crimes against persons, are exactly what the name implies. They are criminal offenses committed against human beings who are placed in jeopardy during the commission of the offense. Assault and Robbery are two perfect examples. When these crimes are committed an actual PERSON is placed in jeopardy of their physical safety or life. Crimes against property, on the other hand, are exactly what that name implies. Criminal offenses committed against inanimate THINGS and which do not involve placing a person in jeopardy (e.g.: Burglary - Larceny - Theft - etc.)
placing property requirements on voters.