I collected from 5 lawyers in the past two years by sending a draft sample copy of a non judicial commercial lien. Each threatened to sued me if I did suchMessage 1 of 7 , Apr 26, 2009View SourceI collected from 5 lawyers in the past two years by sending a draft sample copy of a non judicial commercial lien. Each threatened to sued me if I did such but they soon realized that I was serious and it would be a waste of time to sue me because I am judgment proof. They seemed to feel that the lien was slander upon the title to their property but neither actually sued. Of most concern to them seemed to be the FICO score the lien would have an affect upon. One was concerned that such could be brought up when he ran for a public office. I served the draft by certified mail and gave them 20 days to pay and all complied. You can go online to assessors' office by counties and most of the property description is listed by the owner's name. Pick a county and file; it will suffice. The credit bureau picks up all liens. Not sure about the Clerk's Office.
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At 09:43 AM 2/26/07 -0600, you wrote:
I am trying something new and could use some input. A lawyer owes me $450.00 and won't pay up. I can sue and collect but would rather put a non-judicial commercial lien on him. His property is scattered and in a distant county. It would take a trip to the assessor of that county to get a property description. Does anyone know if it is possible to simply put a lien on his name? The IRS seems to do exactly that. Anyone have a sample of an IRS lien? Input invited.
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