I see. Thank you for clarifying the situation for me, Robert.
Since the lienholder has been informed that the lien is inappropriate, they must typically remove it or face liability for a claim of wrongful attachment or slander of title since they are making an improper encumbrance
on your property at this point.
Your recourse would typically include filing suit in small claims court seeking damages
for the improper attachment or retain a local attorney to draft a demand to the individual, setting out their potential liability and demanding that the lien be removed, or suit will follow against them.
If they wish to avoid a lawsuit, this should motivate them to remove the lien from your property.
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