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Missouri Assignment of Deed of Trust

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Missouri Assignment of Deed of Trust Information

This form is used by the current holder to transfer/assign their interest in a Deed of Trust to another party. This is usually done when a Deed of Trust has been sold. An Assignment of Deed of Trust must have the grantor(s) and grantees listed on the first page (RSMo 59.310). An Assignment of Deed of Trust must have the legal description on the first page, as required by law (RSMo 59.330 & 59.310). If a document does NOT meet standardization requirements it will become non-standard and a $25.00 non-standard penalty will be charged, in addition to the normal recording fees. (RSMo 59.310)

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