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lien removal timeline

So, I filed BK7 and was discharged on Oct. 31.  During that time - I had three liens that I filed to have stripped.  Two were stripped very timely and prior to discharge date.

 

The last lien, which was from my Home Owners, was filed to have stripped - however I've since recieved discharge and it's been nearly 60 days and I've yet to see the court order for it's removal.

 

So, I guess my question is - how long do they have to respond to the request to have it stripped?  This is the one and only pending issue remaining.

Filed BK7: 7/12 (discharge 10/12) 5/12- EQ FICO - 508 / TU FICO - 490
EQ FICO: 677 (02/15)
TU FICO: 651 (02/15)
EX FICO: 671 (02/15)
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