I am not 100% on this but in the 3 states that I have worked in, the only liens I have seen published in the regular every day paper are:the transfer of property from one to another, (the buying and selling of a home/land);the non-payment of real estate taxes, (if you want to call this a lien), andthe announcement of foreclosure/auctions of certain properties.There is a small paper that some cities have--that you would subcribe to that show all county proceedings: anything that has been recordedby the county clerks, lien, judgement, lis pendens, POA (power of attorney) etc. Call your county clerks office and see if there is sucha paper if you need to get a copy.Liens for tax arrearages are published as they are considered public information, creditor liens are not published.
A land lien (or property lien) is used to inform the public you owe money on the house. It is often printed in the local newspaper.
A lien itself? No. A lien is a claim of ownership. But if someone has filed a lien on a house, he's probably owed money, so penalties, fees and interest would apply there.
You can not sell your house or if you die your home will go to the people who have a lien on your home.The best thing to do is to pay off the lien which is usually someone or a bank you owe money.
No. They can only put a lien on your property.
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.
OF course! Its still his house..and your still there renting it! Whether someone puts a lien on his home is none of your business!
If it is for a legitimate bill, you have the choice of paying for it and getting the lien released, or of paying off the lien when you sell the property. For cars, it is better to have a lien free title in hand.
A lien is a debt guaranteed by the property. Usually this is a mortgage from a bank. It could be someone that did work on the house and was not paid. It could also be a tax assessment.
That means someone has obtained a court judgment against you and the lien must be paid before you can sell or refinance your property.
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.
Sure. The lien would pass to their inheritors just as any other asset.
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.
Yes. They can put a lien for any amount the court authorizes on a home.
The effect is to cloud the title to the property. The lien must be satisfied before title can be transferred to a new owner.
Answer: In Massachusetts you would be served notice by a Deputy Sheriff who also records the lien in the land records.
This depends on the location Where I am any lien must be filed before the first court date. Other places when the process starts it to late.
If someone recorded a lien against your real property it includes the house since it is attached to the real property. When you are the grantee in a deed for real property you get the land and anything permanently attached to it.If someone recorded a lien against your real property it includes the house since it is attached to the real property. When you are the grantee in a deed for real property you get the land and anything permanently attached to it.If someone recorded a lien against your real property it includes the house since it is attached to the real property. When you are the grantee in a deed for real property you get the land and anything permanently attached to it.If someone recorded a lien against your real property it includes the house since it is attached to the real property. When you are the grantee in a deed for real property you get the land and anything permanently attached to it.
No. Once a house is built it becomes an intrinsic part of the real estate. If the land has a lien on it the lien holder will get your house.
Talk to someone at your local court house about a mechanics lien
When you have a lien it shows on your credit rating, this is because money is owed to someone and not paid, also if you want to sell your house the lien would have to be paid off first, it also remains on your credit rating for 7 years.
You have to pay off your bills. That is why these people put a lien on your house.
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, 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..
To get a lien he would have had to show a judge the he had a right to do so. You would have to owe him for goods or services. It would have to of been concerning the house. You borrowed money on it, had work done to it and did not pay as promised. If a judge agreed, you have a lien on it. I believe the lien is on the house not you. If you sell it, the lien stays with the house. It would most likely have to be paid before ownership was transferred. If the new owner did not research the deed, it would become his responsibility if he accepted ownership as is.
A lien is usually created on something when someone has used that something as collateral. Ex. A house that has been paid off can have a lien placed on it by taking a out a home equity loan. The house is now used as colateral. The lien is placed by the loan institution. Hope this helps.