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What is a FIFA lien?


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Answered 2014-05-14 22:21:44

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.

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How does a FIFA lien work?

A fifa lien is the name of a court document that instructs a sheriff to seize and sell a defendant's property in order to satisfy a lien. The term 'fifa' comes from the Latin 'fieri facias' meaning 'that you cause to be done'.


FIFA mortgage acronym?

FiFa (Fi. Fa. or Writ of Fieri Facias). A writ issued by a court pursuant to a judgment in a civil lawsuit. Once recorded in the General Execution Docket, the FiFa becomes a lien against all real property owned by the judgment debtor in the county where the FiFa has been recorded. In most typical transactions, all FiFas must be collected for and paid in full at or before closing. FiFa (Fi. Fa. or Writ of Fieri Facias). A writ issued by a court pursuant to a judgment in a civil lawsuit. Once recorded in the General Execution Docket, the FiFa becomes a lien against all real property owned by the judgment debtor in the county where the FiFa has been recorded. In most typical transactions, all FiFas must be collected for and paid in full at or before closing.


How do you keep your home if you have a lien on it?

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Can you have a lien put on someones own home if they owe monies from another job site?

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How many additions of FIFA is there?

Fifa additions I know of: FIFA 1996 FIFA 1997 FIFA 1998 FIFA 1999 FIFA 2000 FIFA 2001 FIFA 2002 FIFA 2003 FIFA 2004 FIFA 2005 FIFA 2006 FIFA 2007 FIFA 2008 FIFA 2009 FIFA Street FIFA Street 2 FIFA Street 3 and many more


What is the difference between a transfer of lien and release of lien?

A transfer of lien assigns the lien claimant's position in the lien to another party. A release of lien discharges the lien and makes it not appear on a title policy issued for the property.


What is an involuntary lien against my property?

An involuntary lien would be a judgment lien by a creditor, a lien for unpaid property taxes or income taxes, a demolition lien, a lien for unpaid common expenses or homeowners association dues or a mechanic's lien. Contrast that with a lien you granted in your property such as a mortgage which would be a voluntary lien.


Can a junior lien supersede a senior lien?

A junior lien can supersede a senior lien only if the senior lienor subordinated their lien in writing and recorded in the land records.A junior lien can supersede a senior lien only if the senior lienor subordinated their lien in writing and recorded in the land records.A junior lien can supersede a senior lien only if the senior lienor subordinated their lien in writing and recorded in the land records.A junior lien can supersede a senior lien only if the senior lienor subordinated their lien in writing and recorded in the land records.


How do you spell lien?

lien


IS THERE A LIEN ON IT?

is there a lien on this car


what is this lien for?

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Is an assignee a lien holder?

An assignee of a lien is the new lien holder.


What does this property in a LIEN SOLD status mean?

There is a lien or was a lien on the property and the lien was sold to a 3rd party such as an attorney


Can a creditor place a lien against your home if the statute of limitations expired?

No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.No. The lien would be null.


Can lien affect your credit?

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How do you defend against a lien?

If the lien is wrongful, write a certified letter to the lien claimant demanding that the lien be released. If the letter is not answered, or if the lien claimant refuses to remove the lien, you should see a real estate attorney. If the lien is legitimate, contact the lien claimant to work out a payment plan.


How long lien stays on the property in ny?

Each type of lien has its own statute of limitations. It depends on the type of lien.Each type of lien has its own statute of limitations. It depends on the type of lien.Each type of lien has its own statute of limitations. It depends on the type of lien.Each type of lien has its own statute of limitations. It depends on the type of lien.


What is a Lien Fee?

The lien fee is the amount charged to record the lien. This amount will vary per state. To learn how much it is to record a lien call the Clerk of Court or Registrar's Office. If you use a lien service to file the lien then their fees would be the lien fee.


How can you sell house with a child support lien on it?

You must pay off the lien.You must pay off the lien.You must pay off the lien.You must pay off the lien.


Is Indiana a lien or a title theory state?

Indiana is a lien theory state.Indiana is a lien theory state.Indiana is a lien theory state.Indiana is a lien theory state.


Is Illinois a lien or a title theory state?

Illinois is a lien theory state.Illinois is a lien theory state.Illinois is a lien theory state.Illinois is a lien theory state.


How can you volunteer give a lien on your house in AZ?

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Can a family put a lien on your house in NJ?

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Can a lien on a home be transferred to heir?

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What is a federal tax lien?

A tax lien is when the IRS files a lien against a tax payer in the courthouse where the taxpayer lives. This lien will attach the the property the tax payer owns. The lien will stay in place until the lien is satisfied or the liability is paid. The lien does not need to be renewd.