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Not real property such as a house or acreage. There is a process where a persson can sell a vehicle if the title is missing but not if there is a lien against said vehicle. If the issue involves liens or judgments they generally have to be "satisfied", which usually means paid in full before a sale is allowed.

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Q: Can property in the state of Texas be sold without a clear title?
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