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Arizona Deed of Release and Reconveyance

Arizona Deed of Release and Reconveyance Information

If a trustee or person entitled to payment receives full satisfaction of a deed of trust, he/she shall acknowledge satisfaction of the deed of trust by recording a release and reconveyance of the deed of trust, (It shall not be necessary for the trustee to join in the acknowledgment or satisfaction, or in the release. The recorded release or satisfaction of deed of release and reconveyance constitutes conclusive evidence of full release of the deed of trust in favor of purchasers and encumbrancers for value and without actual notice.)

In this form the Lender signs and executes the release.

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