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concernedson said...

It was a written contract between father and son that was notarized but not filed within the court (a fictitious lien on a house).

A contract is not a lien (although a contract could be used to create a lien). It's also not clear why the signatures on the contract might be notarized or why the contract would be filed with any court.

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