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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Further, the GC treated the sub as a potential lienor during the performance of the work by having the sub attend meetings and sign partial lien waivers in requesting payments, while the owner couldn't demonstrate any adverse impact caused by the error on the NTO.
64) Only factors a (transfer to an insider), h (reasonable consideration), and k (transfer to a lienor, who transfers to an insider) examine the conduct, knowledge, or circumstances of the transferee.
When a creditor holds the benefit of the lien, he or she may also be referred to as a lienor.
If a Notice of Federal Tax Lien is filed in the wrong location, the IRS will not have priority over a later purchase; holder of a security interest, mechanic's lienor, or judgment lien creditor.
When the bond proved to be worthless, owing to the insolvency of the principal and the surety, the lienor petitioned the court to reinstate the lien unless the owner furnished new or additional security.
A lien is filed, is revealed of record in the foreclosure search, and elicits naming the lienor as a party defendant to unburden the title from that interest.
29) The bankruptcy court held that the subordination agreement could not affect the voting rights of the junior lienor in bankruptcy pursuant to section 510(a) of the Bankruptcy Code which provides that the holder of a claim may vote to accept or reject a plan under Chapter 11.
116) When a court declares that specific property is subject to an equitable lien, the lienor acquires a proprietary interest in that property.
HEANOR (Derbyshire) HEARTY KEANOS (Amc Grk root of ocean) KHANSU LIENOR MEANOR
For example, if a debtor's sale to an alleged lienor will resolve difficult litigation and eliminate the risks of delay and costs of operating a property to resolve disputes, the court will likely consider those factors in addition to the offer price.
Psaki's consideration of the links between the lyrics and the female character of Lienor, by contrast, is fluent and interesting regarding the widening of sensory appeal in Guillaume de Dole through the addition of music, dance, and lyric.
That law authorized the forfeiture of conveyances "used in the removal or for the deposit or concealment" of liquor "with the intent to defraud" the United States of (liquor) taxes, without the requirement of a criminal conviction and without regard to the innocence of an owner or lienor.