You need a release of lien or satisfaction of the lien from the party who filed it. Otherwise you will have to start an action in the court where the lien was filed to have it removed. You cannot just file aa document that you create to remove the lien.
If this is a judgment be very careful with financial accounts.
Judgments are filed in the office of the clerk in the place (jurisdiction) where the suit was filed. They can be filed in other jurisdictions as well by being recorded in additional clerks offices.
The judgment gives the judgment holder the right to use various means to collect the judgment. The two most familiar are wage garnishment and freezing bank accounts. The judgment can also constitute a lien on any real property that is in your name. The judgment can sit in the Clerks office for many years, accumulating interest until you want to sell a house or refinance the mortgage on a property, and then title or the loan cannot be secured unless the judgment is paid off.
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