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Promissory Notes and Deeds of Trust

What is a Deed of Trust?

A deed of trust is similar to a security agreement or a mortgage on a home or other real property. This document legally defines the conditions of the loan and the agreement between the trustor (borrower), trustee (holds the legal title), and the beneficiary (the lender). If the borrower defaults on the loan, this document gives the trustee the right to sell the property and pay the lender with the proceeds.

What is a Promissory Note?

A promissory note is a legal document that puts the loan in writing and describes the amount and due date. It can also spell out interest payments and give the lender the right to reclaim any collateral such as goods or property, or seek other remedies if the borrower fails to pay the loan amount. When the lender and borrower sign a legal form, it makes the arrangement official. Promissory notes provide evidence of the debt if you end up going to court.

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Deed of Trust With, short form with Due on Sale Clause

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This is a simple document which pledges real property to secure a loan. This document includes a "Due on Sale Clause," which means that if the borrower sells or transfers the property, the lender may demand the outstanding balance be paid in full if the credit of the purchaser is not satisfactory to transfer the loan to the purchaser. A deed of trust is similar to a mortgage and creates a lien against the property as collateral for the payment of the loan. 

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Deed of Trust (Corporation) With Due on Sale Clause

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Deed of Trust (Corporation) With Due on Sale Clause

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With Due on Sale Clause: A deed conveying real property to a trustee as security until until the grantor (corporation) repays a loan.

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Deed of Trust (Due on Transfer-Strict)

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Deed of Trust (Due on Transfer-Strict)

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This Deed of Trust is approved by the Colorado Real Estate Commission. The "Due on Transfer - Strict" clause means that the loan is due if the property is sold or transferred. A promissory note is usually executed at the same time.

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Guideline to Deed of Trust (Due on Transfer-Strict)

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Guideline to Deed of Trust (Due on Transfer-Strict)

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Assignment of Deed of Trust or Mortgage Deed

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Assignment of Deed of Trust or Mortgage Deed

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Use this form to assign the interest in a deed of trust or mortgage.

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Promissory Note for Deed of Trust

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Promissory Note for Deed of Trust

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This promissory note is approved by the Colorado Real Estate Commission. This form of promissory note is used with a Deed of Trust to document a loan that is secured by real estate. It sets out the financial terms of the agreement (e.g., how much is loaned, interest rate, term, etc.)

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Promissory Note (space for description of payments)

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Promissory Note (space for description of payments)

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Extension of Deed of Trust or Mortgage

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Extension of Deed of Trust or Mortgage

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Extension of Deed of Trust or Mortgage by Owner of Indebtedness

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Request for Full/Partial Release of Deed of Trust & Release with Production of Evidence of Debt

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When a loan on real estate is secured by a deed of trust, and is fully or partially paid off, this form is filed with the Public Trustee to request a release of the Deed of Trust. This form requires the lender to produce the promissory note that was executed with the deed of trust.

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Request for Full/Partial Release of Deed of Trust & Release without Production of Evidence of Debt

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When a loan on real estate is secured by a deed of trust, and is fully or partially paid off, this form is filed with the Public Trustee to request a release of the Deed of Trust. This form does not require the lender to produce the promissory note that was executed with the deed of trust. Only certain types of lenders (see 38-39-102(1)(a) and (3.5), C.R.S.) may use this process.

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Installment Note, Interest separate from principle

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Installment Note, Interest separate from principle

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This Installment Note has ledger space to keep track of payments received.

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