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Once you pay your debt, it's imperative to receive a "letter of satisfaction" from the bank or person you owed money to. The lien will not be removed from your record until it has been filed and recorded as "satisfied" with the county clerk. Bring your letter of satisfaction with the legal definition of your property (found on your most recent tax bill) and make sure your lien is removed. Once that is complete, make sure to send copies as proof to the three major credit reporting agencies.
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