Please provide evidence that the civil judgment or tax lien has been paid or satisfied, including the date the record was paid or satisfied (such as a date-stamped court record).
For a civil judgment, this sort of document can be obtained from the court where your judgement was filed. Contact the court, and request a Satisfaction of Judgment
or a Release and Satisfaction
from the court where your judgment was filed.
A Satisfaction of Judgment, also referred to as a Release and Satisfaction is a legal document filed with the court that indicates the judgment had been paid, dismissed, vacated. You should have been provided a copy of this document when your judgment was satisfied, but if you did not, you can request a copy directly from the court. You will need to contact the court where your judgment was filed. Some courts have online record systems where you can print a copy this document.
For a tax lien, this sort of document can be obtained from the government agency where it was filed – often this agency is the county Register of Deeds, or state Department of Revenue, or the IRS. Contact the agency, and request a Lien Satisfaction.
Once a tax lien is satisfied or released, you should receive a lien notice of satisfaction or a lien notice of release.