Difference between Attachment & Charge

Attachment creates no charge or lien upon the attached property. It merely prevents and avoids private alienations. It does not confer any title on the attaching creditors. There is nothing in any law which makes the attaching creditor a secured creditor or creates any charge in his favour over the property attached. A charge on the other hand creates no interest in or over a specific immovable property, but is only a security for the payment of money.