This is a debt collection question and I will change the category for you.
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You can't file a mechanic's lien against personal property. Consult a creditor's rights/collections attorney in your area to proceed.
This is a debt collection issue. Talk to an attorney about pursuing the debt if they fail to pay.
Probably not. Chapter 70 of the Property Code deals with mechanic's liens. If you no longer have possession of the vehicle you are out of luck, unless you included repossession language from Chapter 70 in your invoice.
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