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California FTB liens expire

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  • crl333mry
    For any of you working to get away from the CA FTB here is some good information that may set you free from them. Im not sure if the credit bureaus will remove
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 7, 2009
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      For any of you working to get away from the CA FTB here is

      some good information that may set you free from them.

      Im not sure if the credit bureaus will remove the lien or

      just mark as expired.

      Someone else in CA may be able to answer that question.

      Expired Lien(s)
      Liens expire 10 years from the date of recording or filing and are
      no longer valid, unless they are extended. ((****)) County recorders
      will reject a lien released on an expired lien

      http://www.taxsos.com/FTBcpm_picrs Franchise Tax Board look
      under expired lien.
    • dwissel
      Folks: Most of these notices masquerading as lawful paper fall off within a few years. [Hint: A tic will fall off a dog when it is either full or if no
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 7, 2009
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        Folks:

         

        Most of these “notices” masquerading as lawful “paper” fall off within a few years. [Hint: A tic will fall off a dog when it is either full or if no food-source exists for it to parasite from.]

         

        If memory serves me the IRS NFTL have a expiration-date “equivalent” stamped on them.

          

        If the FDA treated the IRS NFTL’s like they do the food supply, this expiration and warning would appear:

         

        NFTL Expiration Date: 021409

         “Warning: Consuming this notice as if it said anything about you in a sentence of whole English-language construction will lead to severe stomach agitation and mental-illness dependency problems. Under no circumstances should you add this notice to the constitution of your stomach; it is intended for the Constitution of the United States.”

         

        `Being that the CA FTB is part of the STATE OF CALIFORNIA and the STATE OF CALIFORNIA is an inseparable part of the USA appearing as federal territory within California, expect a similar expiration and warning.

         

        From: tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com [mailto:tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of crl333mry
        Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2009 11:23 AM
        To: tips_and_tricks@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [tips_and_tricks] California FTB liens expire

         

        For any of you working to get away from the CA FTB here is

        some good information that may set you free from them.

        Im not sure if the credit bureaus will remove the lien or

        just mark as expired.

        Someone else in CA may be able to answer that question.

        Expired Lien(s)
        Liens expire 10 years from the date of recording or filing and are
        no longer valid, unless they are extended. ((****)) County recorders
        will reject a lien released on an expired lien

        http://www.taxsos.com/FTBcpm_picrs Franchise Tax Board look
        under expired lien.

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