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What does Section 13 of the Lien Law state When my son puchased

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What does Section 13 of the Lien Law state? When my son puchased his home, he received a document from the sellers,"Warranty Deed with Lien Covenant". One paragraph mentions Section 13 of the law. I've assumed ownership of his home since his death.

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Janet O'Brien

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Question: “What does Section 13 of the Lien Law state?”

Answer: You can find Section 13 HERE. It’s too long to post in my answer. The gist of Section 13 is that a mechanic’s lien is superior to other liens, including mortgages.

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Thank you for explaining that part of the law. The liens I'm being told about are for child support (my son not married and couldn't have children-physical problem) and taxes of which he owed none.

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