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Contact DMV to remove loan lien holder

Dear Terry,
I recently wanted to purchase a car and was going to trade in mine. However, I found out a lien holder was still attached to the loan even though it has been paid for several years. I can't find the bank that held the loan anymore. How do I get this satisfied?
-- Mickie

Dear Mickie,
I would suggest you contact your state DMV and see if they have any information on which bank took over your old bank. You can also check with the state office that handles corporations for information. Good luck.


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