Liens Related Blogs

Can You Lose Your Home to Unpaid Consumer Debt?

Can You Lose Your Home to Unpaid Consumer Debt?

Is it possible to lose your home to unpaid consumer debt that you have not […]

If a Future Interest Holder Pays Off Lien, Can they Get Reimbursed?

If a future interest holder pays off a lien to avoid foreclosure, is he or […]

Lease Subordination, Non-disturbance, and Attornment Clauses

Lease Subordination, Non-disturbance, and Attornment Clauses

What are lease subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment clauses? The survivability of a lease after foreclosure […]

Mechanic's Liens during Coronavirus

Mechanic’s Liens during Coronavirus

 The Use of Mechanic’s Liens during Coronavirus (when clients can’t pay) Despite the various stay […]

Can Creditors Sell Community Property to Satisfy Spouse’s Debt?

Can Creditors Sell Community Property to Satisfy Spouse’s Debt?

In California, property owned by spouses domiciled in California are governed under California’s community property […]

Litigation Guarantees in a Mechanic’s Lien Foreclosure

Litigation Guarantee in a Mechanic’s Lien Foreclosure

In today’s post, we discuss the importance of obtaining a litigation guarantee in a mechanic’s […]

Issues in Enforcing a Judgment Lien

Issues in Enforcing a Judgment Lien

Judgment Lien California A judgment lien is a lien that attaches to a property of […]

The Difference Between a Lien and a Levy

The Difference Between a Lien and a Levy

Liens and levies are two different ways a creditor can collect on an outstanding debt against a debtor. […]

Super Priority Liens for Remediation of Real Property

Generally, the rule is that a lien is first in time and first in right. […]

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