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Lien Placed on Liquor License Sale for Real Estate Client

Our commercial landlord client hired us to place a lien on their tenant’s liquor license, under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). This is an important process to protect a creditor (in this case, our client) from any possible dissipation of assets after a liquor license or other property is sold. Our client is now protected, and will receive the money they are owed by their tenant upon the sale of the liquor license in question.

At Kenny, Burns & McGill, we have many business and real estate clients with all manner of legal questions and situations. If you need help with a real estate matter or are having a business dispute, see what our firm can do for you. We are available 24/7 to answer your questions and protect what is rightfully yours.

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