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Can a lien be placed on property you own, in a storage facility rental unit in default, placed there by a third person hired for storage services and he is the tenant on record?

Florida

Numerous people agreed to a storage service for the Florida summer for golf carts by an individual who had performed cart repair service in a resort community. Months later the individual could not be contacted, the storage facility indicated he has defaulted on the rental agreements and they are following state law which may result in actioning off others personal property. Can I and fellow residents file a lien on the individual and serve the storage facility papers so the golf carts can not be auctioned off?

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Oct 2, 2018
It definitely sounds like you're in a tight spot - I'm sorry to hear about that! While we do discuss liens and payment quite a bit at the Construction Legal Center, this is a little bit outside of our expertise - which is in construction payment. However, there are other online communities that could be helpful here! Avvo, Justia, and Lawyers.com all provide an online forum where individuals can ask legal questions and receive responses from attorneys in any and all practice areas - and I'm sure someone on one of these sites will be able to help! Good luck!
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