Deed of Trust

A Deed of Trust is an agreement between a lender and a borrower to have the property held in trust by an independent,  neutral third party who will serve as a trustee. The trustee holds the legal title to the property until the debtor pays off the debt that they borrow from the lender. Throughout the period of repayment, the borrower retains the actual or equitable title to the property and upholds full accountability, unless specifically stated in the Deed of Trust. The trustee, however, grips the legal title to the property.


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