lienor

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From lien +‎ -or.

Noun[edit]

lienor (plural lienors)

  1. (law) A lienholder.
    • 2009, Carl J. Circo, Christopher H. Little, American Bar Association, A State-by-State Guide to Construction & Design Law, 2nd Edition, page 161,
      Those mechanic′s lienors with equal priority to the foreclosing lienor need not be named as defendants in the action, but should be identified in the complaint, as well as those encumbrances with interests prior in right to the foreclosing lienor.
  2. (law, Australia) A lienee.

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