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Process Of Lien Release or Removal First, you need to contact your judgment creditor or its attorneys to inform them that the lien showing against your property is invalid. Then make a formal demand for the lien to be removed or else you will take legal action.
A warranty deed is a document used in real estate to docHub that a property is owned free and clear. This means that the owner is rightfully clear of any liens, mortgages, or any other types of claims. In other words, a warranty deed form is used to prove ownership.
A lien on real property in Texas is evidence of a debt, and payment of that debt extinguishes, or releases, the lien. When the underlying debt is paid, the lien holder prepares, signs and certifies a written release that is recorded with the county clerk in the county where the property is located.
If a lien is filed on your property and you believe the lien is wrongful, you, the property owner have a right to contest the lien. In some cases, you may be able to file a summary motion to remove a lien. This is a lawsuit filed in district court that will allow the almost immediate removal of the lien.
The easiest way to remove a vendors lien is to pay it off. There are some liens that can be removed because of mis-classification and because of homestead law. Contact us to see if you are liens or judgments can be removed without payment.

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1. In Texas when a vendor sells property and there is unpaid purchase price, a vendors lien arises against the property to secure the payment of the unpaid purchase price. An express ven- dors lien can be reserved in the deed and/or in the real estate lien note.
Texas recognizes when a vendors lien is reserved in the deed, that the vendor retains legal title in the property until the purchase price is paid.
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An unpaid sellers lien gives the supplier a charge against the goods he supplied. This means that the supplier has certain legal rights against the things he delivered to the site, be it a single box of bolts or a massive pressure vessel.
Warranty deed (WD): A warranty deed is a type of deed where the grantor (seller) guarantees that he or she holds clear title to a piece of real estate and has a right to sell it to the grantee (buyer).

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