trustee's deed

trustee's deed

The instrument that transfers legal title to a purchaser after a foreclosure in a state that uses deeds of trust rather than mortgages. See also deed of trust.

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Before recordation of the trustee's deed upon sale, the borrower can sue for injunctive relief.
Suit seeks rescission of trustee's deed, reinstatement of deed of trust and foreclosure of deed of trust.
The detailed information on current default status includes filed documents such as notice of default, notice of grant deed and change in trustee's deed.
Instead, they are based on a document called a Trustee's Deed that gets recorded with the County weeks after the sale.
Clara and Francisco Alonso filed a complaint on September 30, 2002, to set aside the foreclosure sale and cancel the trustee's deed upon sale filed against them by Washington Mutual Home Loans, Inc.
to bar recordation of a trustee's deed of sale and to order cancellation of the foreclosure sale proceedings of their Yorba Linda, CA home.
com's Daily Default Infoservice research director Elizabeth Orio, new notices were averaging 120 per day, while San Diego was reporting 49 new notices per day (including Trustee's Deeds, also known as R.
The numbers, which are based on recordings of trustee's deeds, foreclosure documents, show that between July and September, of this year lenders took back a total of 14,159 properties with a combined mortgage value of $ 2.