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indenture

1. any deed, contract, or sealed agreement between two or more parties
2. (formerly) a deed drawn up in duplicate, each part having correspondingly indented edges for identification and security
3. a contract between an apprentice and his master
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The deeds of trust are governed by the terms of the trust agreement.
Fountainhead provided both the 1st and interim 2nd deeds of trust as part of this SBA 504 project, enabling the borrower to acquire land and building with attractive, long-term fixed interest rates at approximately 90% loan-to-cost financing.
The real property will be sold subject to any and all liens or encumbrances, superior mortgages, deeds of trust liens, including, without limitation, easements, conditions, restrictions and matters of record.
At closing, the buyer paid in USD40.0 million cash and delivered USD10.3 million in seller promissory notes secured by a first Deeds of Trust on a portion of the sale property.
(Arizona, 2011), rejected a class action alleging that MERS was a "sham beneficiary" based upon a supposed "irreparable split" between the notes and deeds of trust.
(7) Most states track changes in ownership of land, including mortgages and deeds of trust, by maintaining records indexed through the names of grantors and grantees.
Furthermore, these schools were established and operated through a charitable foundation system (Vakiflar) and could be co-educational or in separate buildings for girls and boys according to deeds of trust (vakfiyye).
The broad themes are debtor protections, security arrangements other than mortgages and deeds of trust, lenders' strategies for gaining additional protection, priority and alteration of priority, events of default and enforcement by the lender, the foreclosure process, lenders' and borrowers' commitments, and transfers of the property or the debt.
The new firm will offer expertise in real estate purchases and sales agreements, title and escrow, easements, covenants and restrictions, notes and deeds of trust, foreclosures and short sales, boundary matters, homeowner associations, roads and rights of way.
They and Mary Lind Jewell are listed as managers of 10 Coburg in deeds of trust filed with Lane County on property at 8 and 10 Coburg Road.
Creating security interests in or deeds of trust on property; and
The deeds of trust of the Reinhart Collection forbid the loan of works, but this exhibition marks a new raising of the profile of the institution.