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Nov 6, 2008 9:40 AM CST Answer to this question..........
Roseblossum
RoseblossumRoseblossumtown,, Ontario Canada45 Threads 342 Posts
Placing a lien against a property for non payment. How does a bank do this or anyone do this. Would you have to notify the person first. Or skip and go straight to court
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Nov 6, 2008 9:45 AM CST Answer to this question..........
Sommerauer71
Sommerauer71Sommerauer71Salzburg, Austria164 Threads 4 Polls 19,249 Posts
Roseblossum: Placing a lien against a property for non payment. How does a bank do this or anyone do this. Would you have to notify the person first. Or skip and go straight to court



I am not sure of the law where you are.

But in the UK; to slap an order against an asset, then there has to be a court order to serve the paper.

It depends in what sense you are describing.

Are you talking about non payment of mortgage?

UK; there would be a series of warning letters, then a court summons, an order made either against the person and an amount taken out of the salary, or a warrant for removal of goods to cover the debt.
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Nov 6, 2008 9:48 AM CST Answer to this question..........
shipoker58
shipoker58shipoker58Las Vegas, Nevada USA35 Threads 4,332 Posts
I don't bother with a lien!! I just shoot the offending party
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Nov 6, 2008 10:29 AM CST Answer to this question..........
druidess6308
druidess6308druidess6308Aliquippa, Pennsylvania USA99 Threads 20,283 Posts
I'm not sure. I would consult a lawyer, since it's a legal matter.

Good luck. hug
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Nov 6, 2008 3:40 PM CST Answer to this question..........
Roseblossum
RoseblossumRoseblossumtown,, Ontario Canada45 Threads 342 Posts
Thanks for everyone's advice. I think you need a court order, .
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Nov 6, 2008 3:53 PM CST Answer to this question..........
Many lawyers will give you a free first consultation. Some limit it to a phone call, others will have a sit down chat with you in their office. This is usefull to learn what your options or rights are and if you have a case worth bothering with.

Don't hesitate to take advantage of this service. Look in the phone book for lawyers who specialize in real estate issues.
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