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InfoTracer is a powerful online platform that gives users access to a vast database of lien records, with over 1 billion records covering the entire United States and beyond. Users can easily search and access up-to-date information on a wide range of lien record types, including property liens, tax liens, and judgment liens.
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A tax lien is a legal claim that the government makes on an individual or business's property when they fail to pay their taxes. This lien is used to secure the payment of the outstanding taxes and serves as a way for the government to recoup the money that is owed to them. Tax liens are typically used when an individual or business has not paid their taxes in full and has failed to make arrangements to pay the outstanding amount. The government may place a tax lien on an individual's or business's property, including real estate, personal property, and financial assets, in order to secure payment of the taxes that are owed. Searching tax lien records can show the types of liens, who holds them, and the amount of money the lien covers.
A mortgage lien allows a lender to secure payment of a loan used to purchase real estate by attaching a lien to the debtor’s property. When a borrower takes out a mortgage loan to purchase a home, they pledge the property as collateral for the loan. As part of this agreement, the lender places a mortgage lien on the property, which gives the lender a secure interest in that property. If the borrower fails to make their loan payments as agreed, the lender may foreclose on the mortgage lien and sell the property to get their money back. Searching mortgage lien records allows you to see when the mortgage lien was placed, the people on the lien, and whether or not the lien is in good status.
A vehicle lien is essentially a claim made against a vehicle by a creditor to secure debts. This means that if someone hasn't paid a debt and hasn't made arrangements to pay it off, a creditor can place a lien on their vehicle as a way to secure payment. Vehicle liens are often used to ensure that individuals and businesses pay their debts in a timely manner and to protect the creditor's financial interests. In general, vehicle liens are used when other efforts to secure payment have failed. By searching vehicle lien records, you can have a good idea if buying a car is a safe idea.
A property lien is a legal claim made against a piece of real estate by a creditor as security for a debt. This lien helps to ensure payment and allows the creditor to get the money they are owed. Most property liens are placed when debts do not get fully paid or no effort to make payment arrangements has been made by the debtor. Property liens can be placed on a variety of different types of real estate, including homes, commercial properties, and land. Property lien records are an easy way to see how people handle their debt, as well as show where a debtor may owe money.
A UCC lien, also known as a Uniform Commercial Code lien, is a tool that allows a creditor to legally secure payment of past debts by attaching a lien to the debtor's personal property. The UCC is a set of standardized laws governing commercial transactions, including the creation and enforcement of liens on personal property. A UCC lien is typically used to secure payment of a debt that is related to the purchase or financing of personal property, such as a vehicle, equipment, or inventory. UCC liens can be a useful tool for creditors to secure payment for goods or services provided, but they can also be a source of conflict between creditors and debtors. It is important for all parties to carefully track payments and communicate openly to avoid disputes that may lead to the filing of a UCC lien. Searching UCC lien records can show you when the lien was filed, all the parties involved, and the related case information.
A mechanic’s lien is a legal tool that allows a contractor, subcontractor, or supplier to secure payment for their services or materials provided to a construction project. The lien is placed on the property that was improved by the work or materials and serves as a security interest in the event that the owner or general contractor fails to pay for the work or materials. In order to file a mechanic’s lien, the contractor or supplier must first provide notice to the owner and general contractor of their intention to file the lien and must also file a claim of lien with the appropriate governmental agency. If the payment dispute is not resolved, the contractor or supplier can then file a lawsuit to foreclose on the lien and sell the property to get paid for their work or materials. Searching mechanic’s lien records can give you an idea of what the lien was placed for, who placed the lien, and the current lien status.
A judgment lien is a legal tool that allows a creditor to secure payment of a debt by attaching a lien to the debtor's property. A judgment lien is typically obtained through a court judgment in a civil lawsuit, in which the creditor has successfully sued the debtor for the unpaid debt. Once the court has entered a judgment in favor of the creditor, the creditor can then file a judgment lien with the appropriate governmental agency to place a lien on the debtor's property. This lien gives the creditor a security interest in the property, allowing them to potentially foreclose on the property and sell it to recover the unpaid debt if the debtor fails to pay. Judgment liens can be placed on a variety of types of property, including real estate, vehicles, and personal property. They are often used as a last resort by creditors who have been unable to collect payment through other means, such as negotiating a repayment plan or garnishing the debtor's wages. Searching judgment lien records allows you to see if a piece of property has any liens on it.
A child support lien allows a parent who is owed child support to legally secure repayment by attaching a lien to the property of the parent who is responsible for paying the child support. Child support liens are typically filed with the appropriate governmental agency and can be placed on a variety of types of property, including real estate, vehicles, and personal property. The purpose of a child support lien is to ensure that the parent who is responsible for paying child support is held accountable for meeting their financial obligations. If the parent who is responsible for paying child support fails to pay as ordered by the court, the parent who is owed child support may be able to foreclose on the lien and sell the property to recover the unpaid child support. Searching through child support lien records allows you to see who filed the lien, how much back child support is owed, and what types of property were used to hold the lien.
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Liens are public records. Therefore, you can contact your county clerk’s office to inquire about a piece of property and any liens. You could also check with the state’s department of revenue or other online websites and resources.
A municipal lien search will show unrecorded property issues not found using a conventional title search. It includes code violations, unpaid utility bills, property taxes, special assessments, and open or expired permits associated with any commercial or residential real estate. One may be used to verify a release of lien before the sale of a piece of property. A property must have a clear title before it can be purchased or sold.
A lien release is a public records document that verifies the lien on your property was released, usually, after you pay off the debt or mortgage.
A lien waiver is a legal document where one party gives up the right to put a lien on the other party’s property regardless of some future event.
Homes that have tax liens on them and have been seized are often an excellent purchase for homebuyers looking for a deal. To find tax lien properties, you can contact your county tax collector for a list of properties with tax liens on them up for sale. You may also consult real estate listings and search for properties being sold by the government or creditors. Your real estate agent might know of some as well.