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How do I discharge a lien in Broward county? Can I do it on line?

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How do I discharge a lien in Broward county? Can I do it on line?

Welcome! My goal is to do my very best to understand your situation and to provide a full and complete answer for you.

Good morning. cannot be done online because an originally signed and notarized Release of Lien must be filed with the real property records clerk of Broward County. Once the Release of Lien is completed, signed and notarized, you can either mail it to the records clerk for Broward County, have a messenger or title company deliver it for you, or go to the Broward County courthouse and have it recorded yourself.

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