Satisfaction piece

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SATISFACTION PIECE, Eng. practice. An instrument of writing in which it is declared that, satisfaction is acknowledged between the plaintiff and defendant. It is signed by the attorney, and on its production and the warrant of attorney to the clerk of the judgments, satisfactio is entered on payment, of certain fees. Lee's Dict. of Pr. tit. Satisfaction.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Other provisions of the new act include ending the practice of "satisfaction on the margin." Filing a satisfaction piece is now simpler, because the original mortgage no longer needs to be filed with it.
Within 60 days of delivery of that notice, the lender must either record the satisfaction piece or send a response detailing why the mortgage should not be satisfied.