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Where would they go to investigate an IRS tax lien?

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When an IRS tax lien on a credit report is disputed, where would the Credit Reporting Agency investigate - with the IRS or with Town Records?
Reason I ask is that the town Land Records show a Release filed, but the IRS has removed it from it's records completely (or at least that is what I'm told, they say it doesn't exist on their end). 

Message Edited by ctrob on 07-02-2007 10:17 AM
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