Hello,Did you consent to an attorney's lien in your fee agreement with the attorney? Did you sign certificate of title making the attorney a lienholder on the RV?
Is title currently in your name?Thanks in advance.
I signed up for free month and chose another attorney listed as expertise in mobile home. Can you forward my questions to him for follow up
question 1 No , question 2, no the judge just gave a judgement for past rent and checked that they should do a motion for attny fees which they did not do. it is a cavco mobile home i paid 160,000 in full and added 13,000 in upgrades. it is almost new condition. the title is fully in my name. They are holding it hostage throwing the attorney fees which i believe is not allowed into a lien probably because they anticipate the court will find them outrageous and unreasonable.
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