Sue the owner, win, and file the judgment with the recorder of deeds, or
secure the owner's notarized agreement (for example a mortgage) granting you a lien and file it with the recorder of deeds or
perform work on the house and file a mechanic's lien against it or
be a governmental entity and file a tax lien, or
be a lawyer and handle litigation to help the owner secure or clear title.
If you wrongfully file a lien against someone's house, you can get in a great deal of trouble and may be prosecuted criminally and/or sued for slander to title. So, filing liens against someone's home is not something you should do without legal advice.
No. You make a complaint with your town's health department.
How do you place a lien on someone's home.
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..
Yes, a lien can be applied to a piece of property.
How do you put a lien on a house in California?
In this particular state you can not put a lien on a vehicle. There are 49 other states in the Union.
You have to pay off your bills. That is why these people put a lien on your house.
Yes, there will be a federal tax lien put on your house that is in forclosure. The bank or person that buys your house will have the option to pay that lien off.
A company cannot put a lien on a house if you do not own it. In the court's eyes, that is not your property and therefore a lien cannot be attached.
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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.
No. They can only put a lien on your property.
A lien can be put on the property if he has a debt that is owed. If he doesn't own the house, a lien can still be placed on the property. The property has its own value and so does the house.
They can put a lien on your house if they have obtained a judgment against you. Then, when you sell your house, you will have to pay them first.
you cant't, a lien is a debt owed not applied.
Sometimes, but the circumstances are limited by statutes. Somebody who performs work on your house can put a mechanic's lien on it. And, of course, the IRS, state and local governments can put liens on it. A homeowner's association can usually put a lien on it for delinquent dues.
Yes, you can file a lien. It may not get covered in the foreclosure sale.
Yes, your real property can have a lien put on it. The government will do everything they can to get their tax money.
Yes they can put a lien on the house. Just had to do it about three years ago because I had not gotten support in years.
If you obtained a court judgment and then recorded it in the land records the buyer's attorney or title company will find the lien during the title examination and will insist that the seller pay it off. If there is no title examination done at the time of the sale the property will be sold subject to your lien and the buyer will be stuck with your lien on the property. If there is a substantial amount of money involved you should consult an attorney about possibly forcing a sale.
You can put a lien on the property of someone who owes you child support. Typically this is done to the person's house, but you can also put a lien on cars and other valuable items.
Yes. They can put a lien for any amount the court authorizes on a home.
In this state a credit card judgment can not put a lien on a house. Other answers indicate that in other places it can. You will need to find out about the law in your area.