How to Pronounce liens?

Correct pronunciation for the word "liens" is [lˈiːənz], [lˈiːənz], [l_ˈiː__ə_n_z].

"Liens" in context

A lien is a legal right to possess property belonging to another person until a debt owed by that person is discharged. liens are sometimes referred to as a "silent claims" because they automatically attach to a piece of property and remain in effect until the underlying debt is paid. Liens can be used to secure repayment of a debt, such as from a mortgage or loan. Liens can also be used to secure payment of unpaid taxes, fees, judgments, or other liabilities. Liens are issued by creditors, lien holders, banks, trust companies, or tax authorities.

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