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How long does it usually take a bank to release a lien once the loan is paid

Saint Paul, MN |
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The loan for the propery was paid off and I haven't received the lien release

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EVERY state has a statute that set the time period and provides the penalty for failure to comply. It is usually between 30 and 90 days.

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James S. Tupitza
212 W. Gay Street
West Chester, PA 19380


You should contact the bank and request that they process the release ... somebody could just be lazy at the bank and might need a friendly reminder.


Errin P. Stowell

Stowell Law Firm, LLC
350 St. Peter Street, Suite 224
St. Paul, MN 55102
917-376-5442 phone

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