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greg, check these links. It doesnt appear that you can do what you want w/o having a biz license. Just to remove the car, have the property owner call a wrecker service to tow it away. That will get it moved. The wrecker service WILL have a lien for towing and storage. the property owner will NOT get any of the proceeds from doing that. Hope that helps.

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Q: How do you put a lien on a vehicle that has been left on another person's property?
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