Liens Against Foreclosures?

Answer Foreclosure can be a messy business when the property is subject to various competing claims or liens from different parties. A lien is a claim to property that may be affected by foreclosure, or ... Read More »

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Government Tax Liens and Foreclosures?

Real estate lien holders enjoy the privilege of holding an individual's home as security for a debt he owes. If the debtor opts not to repay his debt, a lien holder has the option to claim ownershi... Read More »

How to Protect Yourself Against Vehicle Liens?

When it's time to sell or trade in your old car, having access to your car title ensures a smooth transaction. If your car has a lien, someone other than you claims a portion of the vehicle's value... Read More »

What Happens to Liens & Judgements Against You When You Die?

Liens and judgments are the result of non-payment of debt. Liens are often filed by municipal, local, city or federal offices. The most common liens are tax liens. Judgments are orders to pay debts... Read More »

How to Find Out If There Are Liens Against a Pennsylvania Corporation?

Liens are generally an interest in the property of the corporation. There are a variety of types of liens, including tax liens and judgment liens. Liens help to establish the priority of claims bet... Read More »