Laws, Regulations & Annotations

Property Taxes Law Guide – Revision 2018

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Annotation 220.0150

220.0150 Deeds of Trust. Deeds of trust are legal instruments used to secure payment of a note or notes executed by the purchaser or purchasers of property. They do not themselves transfer title to the property but do, upon default, authorize the holder of the trust deed to convey title to the property to which the trust deed relates in order to satisfy the secured obligation.

The transfer to a third party, a redelivery to the trustor, or the cancellation of a trust deed does not constitute a change in ownership. The execution of a deed as part of a foreclosure by the holder of a trust deed does constitute a change in ownership. C 1/27/1992.