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How do you fill out release of mortgage document?

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To ensure that you officially release the specific mortgage that has been paid off or satisfied, a discharge of mortgage, or "release of mortgage" will require the following informtion:

Original mortgage information

Original lender

Date

Original principal amount

Recording information (County, and book/page or Document No#)

Borrower's name

Property Addresss

The release of mortgage needs to be signed by the current mortgage holder of record.

The person signing the release needs to have the discharge executed in front of a Notary Public.

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