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Can you place a lien on a property owned by the USA

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We did floorcovering in a house that sits on USA property . Unable to reach person living in that home.

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Jul 10, 2019
That's an interesting question. Generally, when property is owned by the federal government, that property cannot be liened. On federal projects, namely - large ones, recovery via bond claim pursuant to the Miller Act is generally more appropriate. But, if its a residential property and the federal government is somehow involved, a mechanics lien claim might still be possible.

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In the meantime, here's some background information on Ohio's mechanics lien rules: Ohio Mechanics Lien Overview
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