Statutory foreclosure

 In a statutory foreclosure is a foreclosure in which a mortgagee or trustee executes a power of sale given in a mortgage or deed of trust and does so in accordance with statutory provisions. In statutory provisions the lender is enable to sell the mortgaged property when the debtor as part of a clause in the deed of trust for that property.

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