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Opposition To Lien In California

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    Looking for info on opposition to lien in the state of California (how long does the lien last?) its my first one what are my options I have already served him small claims court papers I need to vacate his units so I can rent them

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    Jerry3903, welcome to the forum. Is the tenant claiming via the Opposition to Lien that they have paid their rent and you haven't appropriately credited their account? They can't just oppose because they don't want the unit to go to auction. You need to sit tight on those units for the time being, sorry. PM me if you want to delve further into this.
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