Letter - RELEASE CAVEAT
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RELEASE OF CAVEAT
On [date], [name of caveat holder], of [address], City of, State of, entered into an agreement with [name of person], of [address], City of, State of, to [subject of caveat] at the property of [property owner], of [address], which property is described as follows:
On [date], [caveat holder] caused a caveat to be recorded against the property described herein in the office of _______, State of.
Said Caveat was duly recorded in Volume _____, page _____, of ________. In consideration of [amount] Dollars, ($------), receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, [caveat holder] releases the above described property and its owner, [name of owner] from any and all liability arising from the services performed by [caveat holder] under the terms terms and conditions of the herein referenced contract, and does hereby authorise and direct that the above mentioned caveat be discharged of record.
Dated:_________________ ________________________ [Signature]
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