How To Write A Auto Lien Release Letter OR I should ask what is in an Auto lien release letter. Can you give me a smaple.
So you loaned someone the money to buy a vehicle and are now wanting to release the lien?
That is correct. I have a letter from my bank when paid my car off and I received a letter from them telling me I was paid in full and they gave me a leain release letter. That's was many years ago and I don't have it. So, I want to see what a lien letter looks like as far as the warding, content and so on. Can you help me.....
Here's a form - just put in blank spaces after the information and fill them in with the information:LIEN RELEASEVIN:Year:Make:OWNER’S INFORMATION (Last, First, Middle Initial)Name:Name:AddressCityStateZIPLIENHOLDER INFORMATION: The lienholder listed below certifies that their lien for the vehicle listed herein forthe owner(s) shown above has been satisfied and is hereby released.Lienholder Name:Signed by:Subscribed and Sworn before me thisday of, 20.Notary PublicCountyStateMy Commission expires on.SealTITLE TO BE MAILED TO:REQUIRED (Must be completed)NAME:MAILING ADDRESS:CITY, STATE, AND ZIP CODE:Or here's another sample for other than a vehicle:
Full Legal Names:
Details of Goods upon which a lien was recorded:
The Lienholder hereby certifies that the lien for the goods listed herein has been satisfied and is hereby released. The Lienholder hereby authorizes the issuing of a free and clear title to the Owner at the Owner's above specified address.
Lienholder's Signature: ___________________________________
This document was acknowledged before me on this ______day of ____________________20____
Signature of Notary Public ______________________
Full legal Name ______________________________
My commission expires ________________________
State of ________________________
County of ______________________
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