Q: How do you get a UCC lien from a shady company with a history of lost cases and tons of BBB complaints terminated?
A: The only way to get a UCC terminated is to get the company that put it on to terminate the UCC statement. If the company refuses to terminate it, you can sue the company and get a Court order to terminate the UCC. These are filed in the Office of the Secretary of State and this Office cannot do anything to terminate a UCC without the company filing a termination statement or a Court Order from a Judge.
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