English to German Meaning :: lien

Lien :
Pfandrecht
- Pfandrecht
 
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Noun(1) the right to take another's property if an obligation is not discharged(2) a large dark-red oval organ on the left side of the body between the stomach and the diaphragm; produces cells involved in immune responses

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(1) they may assert a lien claim on your property(2) The solicitors have claimed a lien on their file until their fees, which are substantial, are paid.(3) The plaintiff was legally entitled to register a lien for the proper amount.(4) The lien may be claimed and maintained so long as the article remains in the possession of the lien claimant.(5) they shall be entitled to a lien on any lot sold(6) It applies to all liens, including equitable liens where there may be proprietary interests.(7) Mrs. D. will transfer her interest in the matrimonial home to Mr. D. provided that she can lift the Legal Aid liens on the property to a payment agreement form.
Related Words
(1) lien holder ::
lien Halter
Synonyms
Noun
1. spleen ::
Milz
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