I will not attempt to give you an answer without knowing all the facts, but here is a Newsday article on home liens:
Home liens: preventing and removing them
Btw, I think Mr. Sorrentino has given you some sound advice.
This is the best I can do on this Q & A forum. Hope this helps some.
All the best,
Robbie L. Vaughn, Esq. (Robbie Vaughn)
Long Island Real Estate Attorney
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East Islip, NY 11730
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Is it going to be a lien on your property or a judgement? There is a difference.
Call an attorney or legal aid or, the party that will be filing to get an answer to your question.
If you are referring to a tax lien, they generally do (though not always) accumulate interest.
An attorney conversation is your 1st step. Can't afford one, call your local legal aid office.
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MJ Peterson Real Estate