No, and the reason is because the credit bureau is relying on the public record of the court judgment and any document outside of the public records will be suspect. Hope this perspective helps!
You say you have a written lien release so you should record that at the county recorders office.
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The credit bureaus will not drop the notation of the final judgment, even if you were to record the release of lien as my colleague suggested. You should record the release anyway, so that the public record is clear that there is no lien, but the credit bureaus' interest is different.
Credit bureaus are not concerned with liens. They care concerned with credit history. The fact that a judgment was entered against you is considered to be a credit worthy event as it shows that someone had to o through the trouble and hassle of suing you in order to get paid. Even if the debt is now paid, the fact remains that someone had to go through the process of legal action and obtainin a judment.
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