Liens Are Not Protected by Constitution, Circuit Rules

, New York Law Journal

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A 2005 law increasing the homestead exemption for New York debtors can be retroactively applied to a lien incurred before the reform took effect and, critically, does not violate the takings clause of the Fifth Amendment, a federal appellate court has held.

Originally appeared in print as Panel: Constitution Offers No Protection for Liens on Property

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