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Can a lien debt be placed on a home in kentucky

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Can a lien for credit debt be placed on a home in kentucky
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Expert:  J. Warren replied 2 years ago.
Hello! My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you today but please note this is general information only, not legal advice.
The creditor would first have to obtain a judgment against you for the credit card debt. This requires going filing a lawsuit and winning in court. If a judgment is granted, yes a lien can be placed on real property (a house) but it can not be foreclosed on. Meaning it must be paid if the homeowner sells the house.
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Expert:  J. Warren replied 2 years ago.

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