Victor Varga | Victor Varga
Unfortunately, yes, however they must first sue you, obtain a money judgment, then file the lien. After the lien document has been served on the bank, the creditor is required to notify you of the lien by serving you with a copy of the Writ to your last known address. Proof of that service must be filed with the Court promptly (see District Court Rule 3-126).
Answer Applies to: Maryland