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deed of trust

Legal Definition of deed of trust

Noun

  1. An instrument securing a debt in which a debtor conveys the legal ownership of real property to a trustee to be held in trust for the benefit of the creditor or to be sold upon the debtor's default to pay the debt : a mortgage with a power of sale. Also know as trust deed

Synonyms

  1. trust deed



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