Satisfaction of Mortgage

Simply complete the Satisfaction of Mortgage form below then click on View Results to see your completed contract.

LawDepot's Satisfaction of Mortgage is ideal for:

  • Satisfaction of mortgage is a document signed by a lender (mortgagee) acknowledging that a mortgage has been fully paid and that the mortgage is no longer a lien on the real property.

  • Within minutes, you can have a Satisfaction of Mortgage ready to be signed.

  • Pay a fraction of the cost when compared with traditional legal services.

The following states may use either our Deed of Reconveyance or Satisfaction of Mortgage depending on whether a mortgage or deed of trust was originally registered to secure the loan: Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and West Virginia.

The following states should instead use our Deed of Reconveyance contract: Alaska, Arizona, California, District of Columbia, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, and Virginia.

We regularly maintain this contract. Last Modified: December 2013
Satisfaction of Mortgage Details
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If you are unsure of an answer, you can leave the answer blank and a blank line will be placed in the place of your answer. You will be able to fill in that answer later (but before the contract is signed).

Governing Law
(the jurisdiction where the land exists and the mortgage was registered)

The mortgage was recorded in:

What county was mortgage recorded in? (i.e. Autauga)


Mortgagee's information
(Person who lent the money)

Number of Mortgagees:

Name:
Address:
(e.g. Street, City, State, ZIP Code)

Type of mortgagee:

Mortgagor's information
(Person who borrowed money and pledged his/her land as security.)

Number of Mortgagors:

Name:
Address:
(e.g. Street, City, State, ZIP Code)


Mortgage Information
Mortgage Execution Date:
The date upon which the mortgage agreement was originally signed. (e.g. July 1st, 2005)

Amount of Principal: $
                               (e.g. 10,000.00)

Mortgage Registration Date:
The date at which the mortgage was registered at the Office of the Judge Probate. (e.g. July 1st, 2005)

Description of Mortgage Record:

Where the Mortgage has been recorded (e.g. Book 4, Page 10, Document/Instrument Number 3, Assessor's Property Tax Parcel/Account Number 52)

Description of Property:

The legal description of the Property where the Mortgage was registered to secure the loan. (e.g. Section Number, Lot Number, Block Number, City, County/District)

Signing Details

Date this Satisfaction of Mortgage to be signed:
In which jurisdiction will this deed be notarized?