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Can you please start at the beginning and set out the facts?Then provide a specific question please.
Was the corporation every sued?
Were you sued?Are these assets that were financed?
I believe what happened is that you consented to the lien when you got the loan. They would have wanted security for the loan.
So the lien won't be lifted until the full loan is paid off.
Do you see what I mean?
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But you likely did without reading all the fine print.
It is the same when someone leases a car or finances a car. There is always a lien registered and often the car owner has no idea they actually consented.
You can call the creditor and ask how the lien was registered. They will likely say you consented when you got the loan. Then ask for a copy of what you signed.
If you see that you consented you will then know nothing went wrong.
If the loan was paid off then you ask them to remove the lien.
If the loan was not paid off you have to pay it off to have the lien removed.
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?