Where can I obtain a lien release form?

You'll need to contact the financial institution that gave you the loan. In turn, they'll either send you a completed lien release form, or a letter that states you've been released from the loan.

After you've paid off your loan, your bank should automatically send you the lien release.

A lien release is often required by motor vehicle agencies in order to process a used car title transfer. Visit your state's motor vehicle agency site to learn what paperwork is required when buying or selling a used car. Most states do a good job of explaining this matter, but if you're confused, contact your local DMV branch or the state headquarters.

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