Deed of Trust

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Deed of Trust is an agreement between a lender (mortgagee) and borrower (mortgagor) whereby the mortgaged property is conveyed to a third neutral party, usually a title company, to be used as collateral while there is an outstanding mortgage. The mortgagor still holds equitable title, while the trustee holds legal title.

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