state tax lien

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Noun1.state tax lien - a lien on the property of a taxpayer that the tax collector can use upon default of payment of taxes
tax lien - lien of which a tax collector may avail himself in default of taxes (analogous to a judgment lien)
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Through a partnership with Simplifile, all Michigan counties will be able to electronically receive a majority of state tax lien filings, lien releases and reinstatements online.
We won't be surprised if the event is linked in some way with a $109,342 state tax lien filed against the couple's home earlier this year.
Next, the law allows the FTB to use Earnings Withholding Orders for Taxes (EWOT) for the entire 20-year collection statute of limitations without having to record a Notice of State Tax Lien.
We can think of no reason why the UCC should not apply to goods encumbered by a state tax lien.
Sometimes, during these transactions, there may not be enough funds in escrow accounts to pay our recorded state tax lien in full.
gov: Name, city, amount due, type of tax owed, date the earliest state tax lien was filed, and, at the request of the taxpayers, any subsequent payments made that addresses the delinquency.
The acquisition from Hollingsworth boosts LexisNexis(R) public records holdings in several southeastern states with the addition of civil judgments and federal and state tax lien records from state and local courts.
The purchased assets provide electronic public records information, including bankruptcies, civil judgments, federal and state tax liens and eviction notices.
NDR), one of the nation's leading providers of public records information for bankruptcies, civil judgments, and federal and state tax liens.
For people experiencing a financial hardship and cannot pay what they owe, FTB specialists can establish payment plans, grant temporary relief from state tax liens, or, in some cases, delay collection actions.

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