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California Assignment of Deed of Trust

The current Lender/Beneficiary uses this form to assign a Deed of Trust to another lender. This is often done when a Deed of Trust has been sold. This allows the new Lender the right to collect payments of the debt. A typical Deed of Trust contains a Power of Sale clause, allowing a non-judicial foreclosure. (The power of sale may be exercised by the assignee if the assignment is duly acknowledged and recorded.) (California Code 2932.5)

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California Assignment of Deed of Trust Form