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Can someone put a lien on ur property over a bulldozer

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Can someone put a lien on ur property over a bulldozer
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Real Estate Law
Customer: replied 11 months ago.
We bought a bulldozer in trade for work on our new driveway, prior to buying the bulldozer and closing on our new house my husband traded work by helping him with his tree business. The man hasn't been to our house for over 6 months to work on our driveway. He texted my husband while he was away on military orders asking to trade the bulldozer for a tractor, that is not running. my husband said no, and he was going to keep the bulldozer because the work had not been done but offered to pay him 800 for the work he had done. They are no saying we need to turn the bulldozer over or give them 3500 . their threatening to put a lien on our house unless we comply
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