can irs put a lien on property of someone on deed of trust but not on deed?

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Answered: Remove IRS lien on a Tax Deed property

The two types of liens are particular liens and general liens. Particular liens come up when someone claims a right to keep a property in respect to the spent cash and labor on the specific property. This lien may be made out in any of the following two ways: first, by express contract wherein ...

Answered: When the grantor grants two seperate deeds to the same property, which

NO Expert here but it would seem that once 1st deed was filed, 2nd would be invalid. Years of title work, that would've been my call...unless a court ruling causes 2nd deed to be valid. DOCUMENTS ARE ALL DATE AND TIME STAMPED.

Answered: Is it possible to place a lien on a property if ...

Tenants have no rights to encumber the property and therefore cannot authorize a lien to be placed. If you are a contract and did work on the property and were not paid you could have a claim for a mechanics lien. You should consult an attorney, nolo.com or legalzoom.com to determine what is ...

Answered: Lien on property

yes is the answer . paying your debt is the solution to avoid getting lien

Answered: Property lien

There are court proceedings you need to follow in filing lien. Read more here: taxsalessecrets.com/blog

Answered: Aren't property deeds free, public record? I ...

Yes, you can see them at your county recorders office. You can also telephone the county tax assessors office and ask them to look up who owns the property at an address. You can also get a "profile" faxed to you free at most title companies bay calling with the address and asking for the "customer ...
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Executing Deed from trust

I'm not sure. I'd suggest getting a lawyer ASAP to help you. Good luck.

What does a notary republic record in their book when notarizing a trust

Most states do not require that the notarized transaction be recorded. Generally, when it is recorded, only the type of transaction, e.g. deed, power of attorney, will, etc., and the individual signing and the type of identification offered is recorded. If property is encumbered, it should be ...

Buying property in living trust name

I would suggest speaking with an attorney who is well-versed in handing trusts and and property so there is no question about legality. Good luck.

Recouping money from liens placed on properties

Thanks again Dyiana. You've been a big help!