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Washington Full Reconveyance for Deed of Trust

Washington Full Reconveyance for Deed of Trust Information

Use this form when a Deed of Trust is paid in full, The Beneficiary/Lender sends written notice to the Trustee to reconvey title without warranty to the Grantor/Borrower entitled thereto all of the right, title and interest now held by said trustee.

RCW 61.24.110
Reconveyance by trustee.
(1) The trustee of record shall reconvey all or any part of the property encumbered by the deed of trust to the person entitled thereto on written request of the beneficiary, or upon satisfaction of the obligation secured and written request for reconveyance made by the beneficiary or the person entitled thereto.

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