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Can an Individual file a lien on a vehicle said individual

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can an Individual file a lien on a vehicle said individual has been storing to either be paid for storage or acquire title to vehicle for disposal purposes.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  Nishan Parlakian replied 10 months ago.

Basically yes. There are certain requirements however. There has to be some sort of written agreement or evidence such as a parking receipt or stub that speaks to the issue. Even if it does not the New York State DMV provides a wide range of situations where an business or individual with the correct standing can impose such a lien. In order to dispose of the property the individual would have to obtain title of the property, perhaps through the lien, perhaps by court judgement. Best, Sean