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Deed of trust

See: Indenture

Deed Of Trust

An instrument used in many states in place of a mortgage. Property is transferred to a trustee by the borrower (trustor) in favor of the lender (beneficiary), and reconveyed upon payment in full.



Deed Of Trust

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