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Frequenlty Asked Questions

About Property Liens

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Can a Creditor put a lien on my property?

Yes! A creditor can record a lien against any property that has your name on it for the full amount of the debt you owe after a court order has entered.  This lien will remain on any property any property with your name on it until the debt is paid off in full, or you take appropriate steps in the bankruptcy court which empower you to remove the lien.

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Can I sell my property with a Judgment Lien?

You can sell your property even if there are recorded judgment liens on the property, however, those liens must be paid in full either prior to your closing or at the time of the closing.

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