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Tarrant County Release of Lien Form

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Release of Lien Form - Tarrant County
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Fill in the blank form formatted to comply with all recording and content requirements.
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Release of Lien Guide - Tarrant County
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Line by line guide explaining every blank on the form.
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Completed Example of the Release of Lien Form - Tarrant County
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Example of a properly completed form for reference.
Included Included | Document last updated 4/14/2014

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After completing payments on the promissory note connected to a deed of trust, the lender completes this release of lien form. Promptly recording this document in the same county as the original deed of trust and promissory note serves to unencumber (free up) the title to the related real property. There is no need for any words of conveyance because the property rights were transferred when the borrower and lender signed the deed of trust.
 
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Tarrant County Release of Lien Form Page 1
Release of Lien Form Page 1 | Tarrant County Texas

Tarrant County Release of Lien Form Page 2
Release of Lien Form Page 2 | Tarrant County Texas


Tarrant County Release of Lien Guide Page 1
Release of Lien Guide Page 1 | Tarrant County Texas

Tarrant County Release of Lien Guide Page 2
Release of Lien Guide Page 2 | Tarrant County Texas


Tarrant County Completed Example of the Release of Lien Form Page 1
Completed Example of the Release of Lien Form Page 1 | Tarrant County Texas

Tarrant County Completed Example of the Release of Lien Form Page 2
Completed Example of the Release of Lien Form Page 2 | Tarrant County Texas

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Areas Covered:
Tarrant County
Including:
Arlington
Azle
Bedford
Colleyville
Crowley
Euless
Fort Worth
Grapevine
Haltom City
Haslet
Hurst
Keller
Kennedale
Mansfield
Naval Air Station/ Jrb
North Richland Hills
Southlake
 
 
 
 
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