The easiest way to get a lien on a boat is with the cooperation of the Title Holder, simply by putting the lender's name in the "lienholder" spot on the Certificate of TITLE, or "pink slip." That is one way your boat dealer could get a lien on a boat at the time of purchase, or at any time with the cooperation of the owner, the title can be modified to include a lien holder. Of course, like any lien, if there are already liens existing against the boat, the later lien will not be paid until after the "senior" liens. To get a lien on a boat for services, say a marina puts a lien on your boat for rent owing, the party seeking the lien must file documents with the DMV, since boats are considered "vehicles" for the purposes of the Motor Vehicle Codes. If the owner of the boat has declared it as their primary residence with the local tax assessor, I believe the boat will be exempt from any liens. As far as a lien for services rendered where the boat is not in the possession of the lien seeker, I believe they still go through the DMV. THis process involves the mailing of notices and an opportunity to object to the lien before it is perfected. Of course, without the boat in their possession, they will have real trouble trying to execute their lien.
Personal property is pretty much impossible to put a lien on unless it has a title. Only something with a title, such as a car or boat, can really get a lien put on them. And real property, basically land, can have a lien put on it.
Personal Property Registration Centre in TorontoYou check the person owning the boat for liens not the boat.
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The existence of a will has no bearing on whether or not they can place a lien. If they have a legitimate debt and a judgment, or an agreement in the loan regarding a lien, they can place the lien on the property or the estate.
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?
Yes, the state of Florida can place a lien on your drivers license.
Yes, however the judgment lien would take second place after the existing lien(s).
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Of course they can. The title probably shows a lien on the boat. Until you pay in full, they can take the boat back.
You have to be entitled to the lien in the first place. The filing method and place of filing depends on the nature of the lien.