A lien prevents the property from being sold without paying off the creditor. After a certain period of time, it is possible to foreclose on the property, sell it, and collect the amount of the lien, the balance going to the property owner or other creditors.
Following due process, a lien can be placed against property. How they got that property does not matter.
It depends upon the nature of the lien and who is the holder of the escrow account. If the property is being held in escrow by the lender, then yes, the placement of a lien is possible.
This may vary by state. If the lien is placed against YOU, that being your wages, then it does not affect the property and it will have a clean title. If they file for a lien against your property, though, you will be required to pay off the lien before selling the property. I'd advise that you don't let the debt collector find out you have the property if you plan on selling it.
It means the property the lien is against, cannot be sold, refinanced or transferred in any way until the amount owed is paid in full. In theory when a lien is placed against real property a forced sale can be made. However, several states have laws that disallow the forced sale of a homestead. There are also legal remedies a property owner has available to prevent a forced sale.
If there were improvements made on the home or a loan taken out against the property, and they person/company goes through the proper steps, yes. The property being in trust does not affect that ability.
They were people who didnt like taxes being put on them.
A lien can be placed against your interest in the property. You REALLY need to talk with a lawyer who may be able to negotiate the amount due on your behalf. Check with your local bar association for a referral.
If someone obtained a judgment lien against you for an unpaid debt, the only way to prevent it from being recorded against your property is to pay it in full.
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They believe the rights of property owners are being violated.
Tax liens must be paid before title to the property is transferred. The purpose of a tax lien is to prevent the property from being transferred before the lien is paid.
No, Florida law protects the primary homestead from forced sale of creditors to repay debt. In many cases it will also prevent a lien from being placed against the property.
If there were improvements made on the home or a loan taken out against the property, and they person/company goes through the proper steps, yes. The property being in trust does not affect that ability. It may be that your son is insuring that down the line when the trust has served its purpose that he wants to protect his investment.
To put the public on notice that a specific party has an interest or that there is some other event effecting the chain of title.
Of course!, its is private property of the owner.Added: In addition to being the private property of the owner, it is also against federal law. US Postal Regulations prohibit damaging or destroying recepacles for US Mail.
Yes, if it is not a perfected lien against real property and the debt was discharged in the bankruptcy.
Absolutely, they can. A lien will be placed on the property which prevents you from being able to sell the property or mortgage it without paying the property taxes. The last resort is that they can have an auction and sell the property on the Courthouse or City Hall steps with the new buyer being subject to pay the taxes owed on the property. If you wait this long you cannot bid on the property yourself.
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Yes. If the creditor wins a lawsuit against the debtor a judgment is entered in favor of the creditor. A judgment can be executed against any non-exempt property belonging to the debtor including but not limited to the placing of a lien against real property. In most situations a lien is possible regardless of the status of ownership of the property, with the exception being marital property held under TBE laws.
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