A lien applied to all goods, not just the goods giving rise to the debt, owned...
A type of lien that applies to all the assets or properties that a debtor possesses.
A lien against all property of a debtor.
a lien on all the property owned by a debtor and not just a specific property
a charge upon specific property which the holder thereof is entitled to enforce as a security for the performance of the obligation which exists in his favor against the owner of the property
a right of a creditor to retain property, not merely for charges relating to it specifically, but for debts due on a general account
A lien (example: a tax lien or judgment lien) that attaches to all property of a debtor. For example, a trust deed attaches only to a specific property.
A document that shows that a bank has the right to retain any property or asset until a debt is repaid.
A broad-based, unsecured claim that allows the creditor to pursue any assets owned by the defaulting party.
an obligation secured by an entire property, as opposed to just a portion of the interest in a property
An attachment that gives the lender the right to seize the personal property of a borrower who has not fulfilled the obligations of the loan, but prevents the lender from seizing real property.
A lien on all property, both real and personal, of a debtor.
A broad-based claim against several properties owned by a defaulting party.
lien against both personal property and real property of a borrower. Compare to specific lien. For more information, see the "Real Estate Introduction" article in the "Real Estate In-Depth" section.
The right of a creditor to have all of a debtor's property—both real and personal—sold to satisfy a debt. (See lien)
A registered claim against property which, instead of attaching just to one property, attaches to all properties owned by the party against whom the claim has been made.
A lien such as a tax lien or judgment lien which attaches to all property of the debtor rather than the lien of, for example, a trust deed, which attaches only to a specific property.
A lien on all property of a debtor, both real and personal.
A lien that includes all of the property owned by the debtor, rather than a specific property.
A lien that includes all the property owned by a debtor, rather than a specific property. Also see Specific Lien.
Sets out in writing the Bank's right to retain property until a debt is paid. Includes Power of Attorney and other clauses generally contained in Bank security forms.
Lien against an individual that gives the right to seize personal property to pay off a debt. The property seized does not have to be the property that causes the debt. The lien does not give the right to seize real property such as land. See: Discharge of Lien
A lien that includes all the property owned by a debtor, rather than a specific property. Contrast with Specific Lien.
A lien on all the property of a debtor.
A lien (such as a tax lien or judgment lien), which attaches to all of a person's property.
A lien which affects all property that is owned by one person.
A lien which attaches to all property owned by the debtor.