Several years ago I did not file my Illinois tax return and the Illinois Department of Revenue got erroneous information from the IRS that convinced them I owed them money I did not. They then filed a lien with the Cook County Recorder of Deeds. I recently sent the Illinois Department of Revenue my tax return from the year in question with the requisite attached documentation and today received a response from them affirming that I am correct, that I do not owe them the money that triggered the lien. The lien appears on my credit report and I would like it removed. If I go to the Recorder of Deeds with proof in writing that the debt is erroneous, will this get it removed, or do I need to go through the Illinois Department of Revenue, or another entity?