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No, it's not exactly true. It would only be fraud if she was giving a deed to try and hide money and property.
The deed could be reversed by the government at some point depending on what the lien is for, whether it eventually goes to her personal property, etc.
Why are you trying to get her to deed the house to you? Was it ordered in the divorce?