Free Discharge of Mortgage

This Discharge of Mortgage sets forth that a particular mortgage has been paid in full and released from the property. This form sets out the mortgage date and amount, the identity of the party to whom mortage payments were made (mortgagee) and recording information. This Discharge of Mortgage must be executed in the presence of two witnesses and a notary public.

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This is in reference with the Mortgage dated _____________ in the amount of $ ________________ made in favor of __________________________________________, an individual with an address at ______________________________ _______________________________________________ (the "mortgagee"), executed by ______________________________________ an individual with an address at _______________________________________________________________________, which mortgage was recorded __________________________________________________.
The Mortgagee does hereby certify that the debt secured by the above mentioned mortgage are fully paid, satisfied and discharged, and that the mortgage is fully and forever released from the property described therein.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Discharge of Mortgage is executed under seal on the __________ day of_________________, _____.
Executed in the presence of:


(Signature of witness)

(Signature of witness)

STATE OF _____________________
COUNTY OF ____________________
In _______________, on the _____________ day of ____________, ___, before me, a Notary Public in and for the above state and county, personally appeared [list name of mortgagor], known to me or proved to be the person named in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and being first duly sworn, such person acknowledged that he or she executed said instrument for the purposes therein contained as his or her free and voluntary act and deed.


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