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lienor

n. a person who holds a lien on another's property or funds. (See: lien)

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Winokur, Meaner Lienor Community Associations: The "Super Priority" Lien and Related Reforms Under the Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act, 27 WAKE FOREST L.
The answer is most often "no," even though counsel to the mechanic's lienor will not know that--unless told.
Think also how Jean Renart's thirteenth-century Roman de la Rose ou de Guillaume de Dole deliberately makes a mystery, as well as a romance out of the rose-shaped birthmark carried by the heroine, "La belle Lienor," high on the inside of her thigh.
2)(a) Within [five] business days after a lender makes a final determination, prior to the distribution of all funds available under a construction loan, that the lender will cease further advances pursuant to the loan, the lender shall serve written notice of that decision on the contractor and on any other lienor who has given the lender notice.
In Alabama, the deadline date to file a verified Statement of Lien depends on the status of the potential lienor.
Another option available to the owner is to file a counterclaim against the lienor for willful exaggeration of the lien.
Each of these potential "routine" title defects could, under state law, allow a bona fide purchaser or mortgagee for value without notice, a judgment creditor or lienor, or under certain circumstances, a mechanic's lienor, to avoid or take lien priority over all or a part of the lender's mortgage.
9) In some circumstances, personal property liens can also take priority over a prior secured party if the lienor is still in possession of the property.
Section 447:15, Seacoast was also the beneficiary of statutory lien rights that "attach to any money due or to become due from the state or from any political subdivision thereof by virtue of any contract for any public work or construction, alteration or repair, in the performance of which contract the lienor participated by performing labor or furnishing materials or supplies.
Indeed, some courts go so far as to characterize a mortgagor's purchase at a senior foreclosure sale as constructively fraudulent vis-a-vis the junior lienor.
If the lienor is successful in proving his lien, the contractor may recover the funds secured by the undertaking.
The statute goes on to provide that the permissible lienor would include a trust fund to which benefits and wage supplements are due or payable for the benefit of such person performing labor as well.