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Has someone you know ever failed or refused to pay their property tax? You can now uncover any Court Orders or Debts that triggered liens,Personal Tax Liens History, Liens Status, Amount of unpaid taxes owed to the IRS and much more.
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Liens are safety interests over properties as part of a debtor’s obligation to pay the amounts owed. Creditors use liens to collect on debts. Once a lien is placed against a property, the sale of that property will become problematic. Removing liens is complicated and for instance if the property is subject to a mortgage, it must be paid completely in order for liens to be cleared.
Broadly, liens could be either involuntary or voluntary.Voluntary liens -mortgage, for instance - don’t impact the property, its ownership and owner’s right to transfer, while involuntary liens are enforced on debtors due to the owner’s inability to repay a loan. Involuntary liens affect the property directly since they use it to cover for pending debts. They also make a property sale more difficult as the property title cannot be transferred under the given conditions.
A property title is clear only when liens are removed.If you’re investigating liens records on a real estate you want to purchase, it’s vital to use our digital lookup tool. You’ll know all the basic facts about it and you’ll be ready to make an informed decision from the comfort of your home.
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