tax lien

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: lien - lien of which a tax collector may avail himself in default of taxes (analogous to a judgment lien)
lien - the right to take another's property if an obligation is not discharged
federal tax lien - lien of the United States on all property of a taxpayer who fails to pay the federal government the taxes for which he or she is liable
state tax lien - a lien on the property of a taxpayer that the tax collector can use upon default of payment of taxes
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There are deeds of trust, mortgages, certificates of release, transfers, judgments, foreclosures, writs of attachment, orders of sale, tax liens, petitions for letters of administration, and decrees of distribution.
And here are 2 reasons why it can be more profitable to buy secondary tax liens from another investor than purchasing them at the tax sale
When the tax lien is paid and released, papers are filed with the courts as well, affirming the discharge.
This after the Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) put on hold its resolution of Pacquiao's bid to have the tax liens lifted, until the preliminary hearing into the main tax case shall have been terminated.
Tenders are invited for Purchase Of Delinquent Municipal Tax Liens
A Little Rock engineering firm is continuing to battle the IRS over tax liens.
Now in an updated second edition, Profit by Investing in Real Estate Tax Liens: Earn Safe, Secured, and Fixed Returns Every Time is a straightforward guide to making money through relatively safe investment in tax liens (sometimes called tax deeds, depending on one's state).
The Complete Guide to Real Estate Tax Liens and Foreclosure Deeds
As a pre-requisite to closing, the professional should take into consideration open mortgages that have not been properly satisfied of record that show on the report, missing assignment of mortgages, breaks in the chain of title, judgments, federal tax liens, lis pendens and tax liens, to name a few.
DC DC 1992) held that, because the anti-alienation provisions in a pension plan were "ineffective against Federal tax liens," they were not enforceable against the IlLS under applicable nonbankruptcy law, under Section 541(c) (2).
But their former double-wide has dogged them ever since with tax liens, soiled credit and the destruction of their dream-home dream.
The ALI-ABA (Philadelphia, PA) has released a new edition on Federal Tax Liens, a book written to keep business lawyers current with the law of federal tax liens and provide a description of how federal tax liens operate and their significance.