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Iowa Affidavit of Corporate Trustee

Under Iowa Code 614.14, the affidavit of corporate trustee is used in conjunction with a trustee's deed executed by a corporate trustee. The affidavit is a sworn statement confirming the title held by the corporate trustee is free and clear of adverse claims. It is recorded and presented to the purchaser along with the trustee's deed.

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Iowa Affidavit of Corporate Trustee Form