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How do you get a title after a lien release in Missouri?
You must submit the notarized lien release (copy or original), your current title (if in your possession) and pay an $8.50 title fee and a $6.00 processing fee. The new title (in your name, without the lien) should issue within 3-5 business days, and will then be mailed to you.
How do I get a lien release in Missouri?
o If the lienholder is an individual, a notice of release (lien release section of DOR-4809) must be completed, signed, and notarized. An estate executor may release the lien by submitting the above with an original or certified copy of the probate court order. information is legible.
How do I release a mechanic's lien in Missouri?
In Missouri, when the claim is paid, the lien claimant is required to file a release of mechanics lien statement in the circuit court in which the lien was filed. This should be done whether or not requested by the party making payment as failure to file the release within 10 days may result in a claim for damages.
What is a lien waiver in construction?
Understanding Lien Waivers A lien waiver is quite common in the construction business. Essentially, it is a document from a contractor, subcontractor, supplier, or another party who holds a mechanic's lien that states they have been paid in full and waive future lien rights to the disputed property.
Can an unlicensed contractor file a lien in Missouri?
No, a written contract is not required for Missouri contractors to file a mechanics lien. However, it's always best practice to get your construction contracts in writing.
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