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szs49
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USA
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Posted - 17 Oct 2005 :  17:52:12  Show Profile  Send szs49 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
I need help on how to file a common law lien against a former employer, as well as the appropriate forms to use in the state of Texas.


SZS49

Lewish
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uSA
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Posted - 29 Oct 2005 :  23:55:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
szs49,

If you are a United States citizen, you have no access to the common law, and can be charged under Title 18 of the United States Code for trying to use it.

However, if what you meant to say, is you need help on how to file a proper commercial lien, then there are examples on this forum of how to do that. There is no "form". You have to do all the work yourself and understand what you are doing. If you can find a copy of Hartford Van Dyke's book on the subject, you can learn everything you need to know on how to create a lien that no court can set aside.


Peace to you,

Lewis
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David Merrill
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USA
1147 Posts

Posted - 04 Nov 2005 :  18:57:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks for the lead Lewis.

http://www.navi.net/~rsc/banking.htm

http://www.navi.net/~rsc/hvdsourc.htm


Edited by - David Merrill on 04 Nov 2005 18:58:01
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szs49
Junior Member

USA
22 Posts

Posted - 18 Nov 2005 :  21:11:55  Show Profile  Send szs49 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks--how do I find the proper forms for a commercial lien?

SZS

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David Merrill
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USA
1147 Posts

Posted - 19 Nov 2005 :  06:50:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
In Colorado Springs across the street from the courthouse is a print shop called The Inkspot. They have a notary and pre-packaged form kits plus individual legal forms. Placing commercial liens is a bit taboo since a few folks were doing it to public officials a decade ago. But if I were looking for certain forms within the system, I would probably give a print shop near the courthouse a try.


Regards,

David Merrill.


P.S. The Inkspot flies a gold fringed flag. When I inquired about it the owner says that people in some official capacity gave it to her. She sees no significance to it other than a friendly donation.

Edited by - David Merrill on 19 Nov 2005 06:54:21
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szs49
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USA
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Posted - 20 Nov 2005 :  22:01:07  Show Profile  Send szs49 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks, I will contact them.

SZ Sandlin

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