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Missouri Full Deed of Release for Deed of Trust

This form is used by the current Beneficiary/Lender or personal representative to release a Deed of Trust when it has been satisfied/paid in full, Pursuant to Mo. Rev. Stat. Sect. 443.060., which states that the Trustee shall NOT have to join in such Deed of Release.

In general the secured party has 45 days (30 days for a personal representative), after request to submit a Deed of Release to avoid penalty. [such secured party shall be liable to the mortgagor for the lesser of an amount of three hundred dollars a day for each day, after the forty-fifth day, that the secured party fails to submit for recording a sufficient deed of release or ten percent of the amount of the security instrument, plus court costs and attorney fees to be recovered in any court of competent jurisdiction. In the event a document submitted for recording by a secured party is rejected for recording for any reason, such secured party shall have sixty days following receipt of notice that the document has been rejected in which to submit a recordable and sufficient deed of release.] (443.170. Penalty for failing to acknowledge satisfaction and deliver deed of release) [443.130. Liability for failing to satisfy]

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Robert D. said: These forms made it so easy to update the property deed and the instructions and sample filled out form were most helpful. You might want to add some brief information on when or why to use the Acknowledgment in Individual Capacity notary form. In my case the notary was required to use it but also filled in the brief notarize section on the Affidavit as well. She said the one on the Affidavit had some value because it showed she had witnessed the my signature. But this was only after I suggested both be filled in as she initially thought to just strike through it and just use the Acknowledgment in Individual Capacity form.

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Missouri Full Deed of Release for Deed of Trust Form