A federal tax lien is the government’s legal claim against your property when you neglect or fail to pay a tax debt. The lien protects the government’s interest in all your property, including real estate, personal property and financial assets. A federal tax lien exists after the IRS:
Assesses your liability;
Sends you a bill that explains how much you owe (Notice and Demand for Payment); and
You neglect or refuse to fully pay the debt in time.
I was mildly surprised to see the beginnings of a response from certain members of the defense. Not as surprising is that Ben Galloway is like a pit bull and was all over that filing the next day for the Magnolia Group. Here is the answer and counterclaim of Team LNG Investments along with Team Magnolia Group’s insta-response.
If it is true that adversity builds character and I think it is, then it should be no wonder Slabbed has managed to attract so many of them during the 5 plus years we’ve been going. Cheers to all my fellow Slabbers.
One thing I’ve learned is you don’t mess with the M&M sisters or the CFGG and the reason for that is simple: The CFGG’s message is pure, without hint of hidden agenda. Councilman Ben Zahn will learn that in time but first:
Thursday, August 29th, 2013
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT OVERKILL ON VOTING RIGHTS ACT?
These guys at the Justice Department, led by top cop Eric Holder, just don’t know when to quit. The U.S. Supreme Court knocks them down and they get right back up, snubbing their noses at a final court decision, and starting a new civil war with states nationwide. It’s the voting rights challenge redux, with the same issues and the same fight that Holder and his team of lawyers have been undertaking for years. And in their quixotic efforts, once again, they are trying to paint the South as the bad guys.
It’s been less than two months since the Supremes issued their most recent voting rights decision that said the Justice Department could not continue to require special oversight mandated by The Voting Rights Act of 1965. This law singled out a number of southern states requiring them to “pre-clear” any effort to change the voting laws in their respective states. And I mean any changes.
If the state’s chief elections officer (a job I held as Secretary of State for Louisiana back in the 80s) wanted to change a voting precinct by a few yards, the state was required to go to the Justice Department to genuflect and ask for permission. But that was then, and the high court finally said enough is enough. Continue Reading………………