The seizing agency or the US Attorney's Office (depending on the value of the property) will notify all owners and potential claimants known the agency of the seizure by certified mail or publication, and it will file a notice of pending litigation, known as a "lis pendens," with the clerk of the appropriate state court in the county in which the property is located. - Joshua Sabert Lowther, Esq., National Federal Defense Group.
Notice is constitutionally necessary to seize your property. The type of notice is dependent on many factors and procedures.
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