Can I put an attachment on a building that was put on my lamd?
Question Details: I own land with my dwelling on it and I was staying with my oldest son for a few days. My youngest son had a building he was paying payments on. He was not able to keep up the payment but the building is still on my land. Can I have an attachment on this building?
If you had some sort of security agreement, such as part of a loan or rental agreement, with your son that the building was security for his payment obligations (e.g. under a loan to him which he was repaying to you; or for his rent for the land under the building), then yes: in that case, he agreed that you may take action against the building if he fails to pay. But in the absence of a security agreement, no: the fact that someone owes you money and/or that they have property on your land does not, by itself, allow you to attach, lien, etc. that property.