How to Attach a Lien in Kentucky?

Answer There are a variety of liens in Kentucky, including an architect lien, child support lien and a mechanic's lien. A mechanic's lien, the most common type, is used when a person fails to pay someone ... Read More »

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The Statute of Limitations for a Tax Lien in Kentucky?

A tax lien is filed as a claim against your property or property rights. It can be filed against a number of your possessions, including your home, land and boat. This lien is filed against your as... Read More »

Can the IRS attach a lien to ground lease improvements?

The IRS treats improvements upon ground lease property like any other security or real estate holding. The IRS can seize or attach tax liens to such improvements, subject to rules of subordination ... Read More »

How do I File a Mechanic and Materialmens Lien in Kentucky?

To protect contractors and laborers, and to ensure the contractors and laborers were paid for their work, states enacted lien laws. Under Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) 376.010, any person who work... Read More »

Is real estate property in Kentucky by lien or title?

The U.S. state of Kentucky issues titles to real estate under a lien theory. A mortgage loan acts a lien against the property owner until the loan is paid in full. At that time, the owner receives ... Read More »