what happens when the irs place a lien on your house?

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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 ...

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I'm not actually sure. I would think a real estate attorney would be able to answer your questions. Best of luck.
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