I am sorry to hear this; that would be frustrating after prevailing in arbitration.
First it is a class 5 felony to file an invalid lien with malicious intent.
Second the lien holder can be sued for damages, those that are reasonably forseeable and proximately caused- so legal fees, loss in property value, additional incurred expenses, etc.
An attorney can send a demand letter requesting the removal of the lien and if this is refused the attorney can file for an injunction ordering the removal, and for actual damages as well.
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