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Florida Statutes provides that a person may file a notice of lien with regard to a motor vehicle, mobile home, or boat. The date of filing the notice of lien will be the date of its receipt by the Tax Collector’s Office. This transaction may be processed by mail* or in person.
Refer to the Division of Motorist Services State Procedure TL-32(Notice of Lien, Subsequent Liens, Lien Actions, and Court Orders) for documentation required and special instructions. For a list of fees visit taxcollector.com.
Satisfying a Lien
Florida Statutes provides rules and regulations to satisfy a recorded lien and alternate methods of removing recorded liens. This transaction may be processed by mail* or in person.
Refer to the Division of Motorist Services State Procedure TL-33(Lien Satisfactions and Alternate Methods of Removal of Recorded Liens) for documentation and special instructions.
*Lien add/satisfaction transactions by mail are only available for Manatee County residents. If you are a customer that lives in another county (or a lienholder adding a lien to a title and your customer resides in another county), please contact the tax collector's office in your (or your customer's) county of residence to obtain mailing instructions.