Last summer a lady stiffed us on a st augustine sod installation. After giving her every chance in the world to pay, we realized we were getting stiffed and filed a lien on the property. She called this weekend and left a voice mail. She is selling the house. The title company called this morning as well. They are set to close in 2 days. We have never actually done this before, so, after they pay us, how do we release the lien? We were thinking we would just send a letter on company letterhead to the title company stating that she had paid in full and the lien was satisfied, but is that how it works? Does the title company then make the lien go away or do we have to do something with the county to make the lien dissapear? I can't imagine the mortgage company would let the buyer buy the house if the lien still existed, so does the title company make it go away after they know it's been satisfied? Thanks for any and all help, Can I Mow Your Lawn?