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Vermont Discharge of Mortgage

Vermont Discharge of Mortgage Information

A mortgage may be discharged by separate instrument when (executed by the lender/mortgagee or his or her attorney, executor, administrator, or assigns, which shall be substantially in the following form:

I hereby certify that the following described mortgage is paid in full and satisfied, viz: ______________ mortgagor to ______________ mortgagee, dated ______________ 20____, and recorded in book ______, page ______, of the land records of the town of ________________________________________.) (VSA. 463. By separate instrument)

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