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Can a lien be attached to one's assets, e.g. a manufactured

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Can a lien be attached to one's assets, e.g. a manufactured home that has no land attached with it (such as it residing in a manufactured homes park where lot is rented?
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Estate Law
Expert:  CalAttorney2 replied 4 months ago.

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Yes, this kind of personal property can have a lien attached to it. So you will want to ensure that you have identified the creditor, that they have provided you with any lien information they may have filed, and that they provide you with a release of lien.

(These liens are different from those filed against real property, so they do not get filed with the County Recorder's Office, but they can be filed with the SOS, or be recorded as a UCC lien and be enforced by a sale).

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