The Minnesota construction lien law doesn't set forth a specific provision for the satisfaction of a lien. Therefore, any form sufficient to identify the lien and the lien holders intention of releasing it, will allow a lien holder to provide notice that the lien is released after receiving payment in full.
The Satisfaction of Lien contains information identifying the lien claimant and the recorded mechanic's lien (such as the date recorded, office recorded, document number, book number, and page number). The Satisfaction of Lien should be recorded at the public records office or registrar of deeds (for Torrens title property).
This article is provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for the advice of an attorney. Please consult a Minnesota attorney with any questions about the Satisfaction of Mechanic's Lien or other related issues.
Deeds.com Minnesota Satisfaction of Mechanic Lien Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday May 10, 2019
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