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The Division of Revenue will issue a release of the Notice of Judgment within 30 days after you satisfy the tax due (including interest and other additions to the tax) by payment or adjustment.
In addition, you must pay all fees charged by a state for both filing and releasing the judgment. These fees will be added to the balance you owe.
You may be discharged if any of the following circumstances apply:
When applying for a discharge, you must send your request to the Division of Revenue, Bureau of Tax Collections.
The Division of Revenue may let its judgment take a lower place than a “junior judgment”; (someone whose judgment originally had a lower place than the Division of Revenue judgment) if it receives the dollar value of the judgment in the property that the junior judgment is acquiring, for example, a second mortgage.
You paid the entire amount you owed the Division of Revenue before we filed the judgment.
We filed the judgment when you were in Bankruptcy and subject to the automatic stay during bankruptcy;
We made a procedural error in making an Assessment; or the time to collect the tax (called the statute of limitations) expired before we filed the judgment.
If we agree with your appeal, we will release the judgment within 14 days after we determine that the judgment was filed incorrectly. We will issue a statement of release of an incorrect judgment that includes a statement that we filed the Notice of judgment in error.