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Foreclosures Guidebook


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Gain an understanding of the foreclosure of security interests in real estate. This publication is not a guide to drafting the deed of trust.  Instead, it focuses on the procedures to be followed for a nonjudicial foreclosure of a deed of trust. Brief attention is also given to the foreclosure of deeds of trust or mortgages through judicial procedures. Sample forms are included. The content of this eGuidebook is an update and revision of a chapter that originally appeared in the MoBarCLE Deskbook, MIssouri Real Estate Financiing, Liens, and Foreclosure.

 

2017 (50) pages

 

MoBar Price $50  |  eGuidebook PDF Download

 

FORMS INCLUDED:

 

Request to Foreclose Deed of Trust | §15.A
Request for Pre-Foreclsoure Report | §15.B
Notice of Internal Revenue Service | §15.C
Letter to Internal Revenue Service | §15.D
Trustee's Deed | §15.E
Notice of Intention to Redeem  §15.F
Agreement to Temporarily Postpone Foreclsure (to Allow Payment) | §15.G

 

Materials

Content

Chapters
 

Chapter 1   |   Introduction

Chapter 2   |   Prelininary Requirements

Chapter 3   |   Obstacles to Foreclosure

Chapter 4   |   Constitutional Considerations

Chapter 5   |   Title Information

Chapter 6   |   Responsibilities of Trustee Generally

Chapter 7   |   Notice of Sale

Chapter 8   |   Conduct of Sale

Chapter 9   |   Trustee's Deed

Chapter 10 |   Statutory Redemption

Chapter 11  |   Equitable Redemption

Chapter 12  |  “Redemption” in Bankruptcy

Chapter 13  |   Replacement of Trustee

Chapter 14  |   Judicial Foreclosure

Chapter 15  |   Forms

 

FORMS INCLUDED:

Request to Foreclose Deed of Trust | §15.A
Request for Pre-Foreclsoure Report | §15.B
Notice of Internal Revenue Service | §15.C
Letter to Internal Revenue Service | §15.D
Trustee's Deed | §15.E
Notice of Intention to Redeem  §15.F
Agreement to Temporarily Postpone Foreclsure (to Allow Payment) | §15.G

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