all-inclusive deed of trust

all-inclusive deed of trust

A purchase money deed of trust which is secondary to the seller's deed of trust to its own lender, which remains in place rather than being paid off at the time of sale.Now largely extinct because almost all commercial lenders have loan clauses allowing them to accelerate the note and demand all sums due immediately when a sale occurs. As a result, it is now virtually impossible to sell property without paying off the first mortgage or deed of trust, unless one engages in some type of fraud in order to prevent the lender from discovering the property has been sold.(Similar to a wraparound mortgage,but used in states that employ deeds of trust rather than mortgages.)
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