Does anyone know if there is a way to put a lien on tax return of a tenant of mine that has not paid rent and caused damage to my property and left before the lease was up? TIA
No, you can’t. There are ways to garnish wages, levy bank accounts, put liens on property, etc (all depending on your state laws). However, you can’t garnish/intercept tax returns unless you’re a government agency or it’s a government debt.