lienholder

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lienholder

(ˈliːənˌhəʊldə)
n
(Law) a party who holds a lien on a property
Also called: lienor
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Mechanic lienholders have now received all of the payments provided for under the Mesabi plan of reorganisation.
without the consent of all lienholders, with some caveats, and
mechanics' lienholders after the Minnesota Supreme Court had ruled
The property is sold at public auction, the sale proceeds are used to pay off the overdue taxes, and any excess is returned to any other lienholders and then to the former owner.
The lienholders have some of the finest professionals representing them.
Alternatively, if the court determines there is no equity in the property available for subordinate lienholders, the court may grant a creditor's motion for transfer of the abandoned property directly to the foreclosing creditor without a public sale, resulting in the extinguishment of all subordinate interests.
notice to owners, lienholders and equity interests, and compiling all statutorily-required filings.
Could the real estate owner's bankruptcy or lienholders create a disruption in the conduct of business?
Typically those with an insurable interest are the car's owners, lienholders and co-signers -- meaning those who would be affected financially if something happens to the car.
In exchange for this agreement, Safeway will agree to issue the settlement funds directly to you and your clients, and will not list the lienholders on the check.
011(5), could be highly beneficial to equine industry lienholders because these actions expedite and condense the litigation process, which can result in enormous cost savings as compared to standard litigation.
Haag announced that she was immediately targeting dispensaries "that sell marijuana very close to schools, parks and other places where children learn and play," and threatening landlords and lienholders with property seizures and federal prison time if they didn't cease sales of marijuana "in close proximity to children .