Can a credit card debt lein be attached to real estate
A credit card is unsecured debt until they get a judgment then they become secured against any real property owned by the debtor. If a credit card or anyone gets a judgment against someone it becomes a lien against any real property that they own – it remains a lien for 5 years but can be revived to continue the lien status. It can also be revived after the 5 years but loose its priority – ie it would be a lien as of the date it is revived rather than as of the date it was originally filed.
I just learned about this, this week. I found it on a title search.