Tax liens, November 2012

A tax lien is a legal claim filed in court by a government against a person or business owing taxes. Liens are civil, not criminal claims, and normally seek to attach money and/or property to pay the taxes.

Van Zanten & Son LLC, $22,383.60 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 13.

Glen A. Friedl and Betty L. Friedl, $23,611.62 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 13.

Richard Brunner, $12,973.78 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 13.

John R. Weidenaar, $41,300.42 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 13.

Terrill L. Hall, $255,512.56 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 5.

Theodore A. Maranda, $54,019.55 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 5.

HB Hansen Corporation Inc., $1,067.28 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 5.

Robert C. Hargrove and Robyn L. Hargrove, $85,597.80 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 5.

Roger Hendrix, $604,134.78 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 5.

Way To Go Travel Inc., $7,177.23 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Nov. 5.

Harkness Contracting Inc., $5,558.78 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Oct. 29.

Sterling Life Insurance Company, $4,430,067.59 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Oct. 29.

Ryan Caillier, Arlis’s Restaurant, $20,889.90 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Oct. 29.

Kim M. Jones, $65,131.18 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Oct. 26.

Sean E. Marshall, $19,421.45 in unpaid IRS taxes. Filed Oct. 26.

Tax liens are obtained from public records at the Whatcom County Auditor’s office. Liens can be lifted or paid after they are filed. Listings are only current as of their filing dates.

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