Re: commercial liens
Posted by Steve Martin on 6/03/07
Annie, I am looking for a assistance and/or consultant in
building and perfecting a commercial affidavit and commercial
lien process against my accussed who has stolen from me in
excessive $250,000 of materials and services. The question we
are batteling is can a corporation file commercial lien on
another corporation and would it have any common law base or
would it be subject only to state statutory law. If you can
help or lend valuable information, please contact me ASAP as
time is of the essence for us. Thank you very much for anything
you can do.
On 3/03/06, annie wrote:
> On 2/11/06, sharwinston wrote:
>> Need more info.
>> Have you already obtained a court judgment? or
>> Are you a contractor who did work on the business' property
>> and the business has failed to pay you for your work?
>> On 2/10/06, annie d. wrote:
>>> Is it possible to file a commercial lien against a company
>>> or corporation? (i.e. retail stores, grocery, or department
> Hello again,
> In answer to your question, No. There is currently a third
> party negligence case in process against the store and it's
> I don't think the mechanic's lien would apply here. However,
> in the use of the commercial lien, would it not
> literally "freeze" the company and its holdings.
> Thanks in advance,