Bill Payments and Caveats?

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lucinda

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Can an ordinary Joe (like a friend) put a caveat on all your belongings because he helped you out by paying a bill for you? Does he have the right to touch your stuff, debt collectors and/or not let you get access to your property?
 

Tim W

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Can an ordinary Joe (like a friend) put a caveat on all your belongings because he helped you out by paying a bill for you. Does he have the right to touch your stuff and/or not let you get access to your stuff.
That's not how caveats work.
I suggest doing a search for other posts in here about caveats, which you may find useful.
 
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