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: March 2013
Satisfaction of Mortgage Details
(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)
(Person who borrowed money and pledged his/her land as security.)
Number of Mortgagors:
Mortgage Execution Date:
The date upon which the mortgage agreement was originally signed. (e.g. July 1st, 2005)
Amount of Principal: $
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)
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This form will default to a 1 inch margin on top, bottom and sides of all
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