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How do liens work in the state of Florida when filed against me?


I have a couple of questions regarding liens against individual condo owners of an association, in the state of Florida.

1) Can a lien (from a creditor, car loan, credit card, etc) be filed against me as a owner of a single condo unit is a condo association? I was told this is hard to do in Florida...something about Homestead Exemption Laws.

2) If a lien is filed against me and I file bankruptcy, what is the pecking order for any possible payment plan...if I sell the condo or if I don't sell the condo?

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