A lien can be placed against almost any property.
Check the records in the land recorder or tax assessors office in the city or county where the property is located.
Yes, a lien can be placed on a house that is in a trust in California. It would be placed against the beneficiaries listed on the property.
Do you have title? Check title to see if lien has been released Check with RMV/DMV to see if lien has been released
You could try checking your name in the local land records to see if any tax liens have been recorded against you. If you find any lien simply check the names listed on the lien.You could try checking your name in the local land records to see if any tax liens have been recorded against you. If you find any lien simply check the names listed on the lien.You could try checking your name in the local land records to see if any tax liens have been recorded against you. If you find any lien simply check the names listed on the lien.You could try checking your name in the local land records to see if any tax liens have been recorded against you. If you find any lien simply check the names listed on the lien.
Yes you can refinance with a lien on your home. The lien will have to be paid off in order for you to complete refinance.
You would be aware if a lien is placed on your property. You should receive notice and a copy of the lien.
A letter from the collection company or creditor who reported it or a lien release form if the judgment was placed in lien against property.
A lien can be placed on a vehicle in Ontario by a mechanic or an automobile repair shop. This lien is often placed on the vehicle when there is a repair bill due and it has not been paid. The lien will be lifted when the bill has been paid in full.
Show that you are willing to pay by paying and the lien will go away.
can a lien be placed against a personal injury award
A lien can normally only be placed with a court order. The beneficiary can certainly take them to court. And if they win, then they can place a lien.
This may vary by state. If the lien is placed against YOU, that being your wages, then it does not affect the property and it will have a clean title. If they file for a lien against your property, though, you will be required to pay off the lien before selling the property. I'd advise that you don't let the debt collector find out you have the property if you plan on selling it.
IF ONE OWNS A HOME & HAS A LIEN PLACED AGAINST THEM IT WOULD ATTACH TO ONE'S HOME & WHEN SOLD, THE LIEN MUST BE PAID OUT OF THE PROCEEDS.
I think you may have meant "lien" instead of "lean". A lien is a monetary (money) debt placed against a possession by a creditor who has not been paid by other means. If an owner sells his cat on which a lien has previously been placed, the lien belongs to the person (i.e. the other person who owned the possession before); a lien does not "follow" the car or other possession, it follows the person who owes the debt. If a seller sold you a car with a lien against it, you need to contact an attorney to get the lien removed from your-now-owned car. You or your attorney needs to notify the creditor/lien holder that you bought the car without knowledge of the lien. The creditor would then need to identify a different possession owned by the other person in order to attach the lien to that possession, and not to your car.
A lien is a claim against your property by a creditor. You cannot sell or mortgage the property until the lien has been paid.
Depends on who has placed the lien. I would contact the entity that has placed the lien and ask them what conditions you need to satisfy to have the lien removed.
A FIFA lien is a document placed on your house after a creditor obtains a judgment against you. The document is issued by the local county clerk's office.
Liens have to be filed with the deed in the county court house. A visit there should provide you the information you want.
It depends upon the nature of the lien and who is the holder of the escrow account. If the property is being held in escrow by the lender, then yes, the placement of a lien is possible.
No, there is not. A tax lien is considered ample notification of a debt. Once it has been placed, the only way to remove it is to pay off the lien.
Following due process, a lien can be placed against property. How they got that property does not matter.