SUPERLIEN

SUPERLIEN

superlien. A government’s lien that is imposed on a property whose condition violates environmental and public-health and public-safety rules and that has priority over all other liens, so that the government can recover public funds spent on cleanup operations. ? A statutory lien is superior to all existing liens and all later-filed liens on the same property. Superliens are sometimes granted to a state’s environmental-protection agency. Several states ¡ª including Arkansas, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Tennessee ¡ª have enacted statutes creating superliens on property owned by a party responsible for environmental cleanup. See LIEN.
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