Texas UCC Law – Article 9

Creditors can place a lien against your property if you owe them money for a debt. The purpose of a lien is to prevent you from realizing asset gains from the sale of the property. In effect, a lien against the property means that the lien holder maintains control of the title over the property until all debts have been satisfied.

If you are a Texas resident facing a lien for consumer or tax debt owed, talk to an attorney at Texas Debt Defense. We have office locations in major metro areas throughout Texas to serve you better. We are not a debt consolidation company or bankruptcy law firm. We are licensed attorneys who use our in-depth knowledge of the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) to protect our clients’ rights. If the threatened lien, garnishment or judgment against you is illegal, we have the power of litigation on our side, to pursue a lawsuit to make them stop — and make them pay.

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