I would be surprised if your mortgage company does not record your mortgage. Regardless you will still owe them the amount you borrowed pursuant to the Notecypu signed promising to pay it.
The answer is no, you still owe the debt 100%. Also, you may want to double check to see if it was recorded. I would be shocked if it wasn't. Good luck- Reese Serra
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There will be an Affidavit of Lost or Misplaced Mortgage recorded once it is discovered not recorded and you have personal knowledge so do not attempt to refinance .
As long as you owe any money on the mortgage you do not own the house free and clear, regardless of whether the mortgage is recorded. A complete mortgage release must be obtained from the lender in order for you to own it "free and clear". John W. Drury
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The failure to record will not affect your liability. It is possible that BOA sold or assigned the mortgage soon after you obtained it. Unfortunately the failure to record assignments, etc, is all too common. I represented a county that was actually trying to pay a homeowner and his lender money and it took months to find out the proper party, because the bank recorded with MERS.
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