Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Clear the Title on Your Real Property with a Deed of Reconveyance launches the newest in its line of real estate documents: the Deed of Reconveyance.

Desert Hot Springs, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2007 -- expands its suite of automated real estate documents with the release of the Deed of Reconveyance form. Using LawDepot's step-by-step process, this new form allows users to create a document in minutes.

A Deed of Reconveyance is a document that transfers the title of a property to the borrower (trustor) from the trustee (lender) to the borrower once the borrower has fully paid the debt secured by a Deed of Trust. A Deed of Reconveyance must be recorded with the County Recorder or Recorder of Deeds in order to clear the Deed of Trust from the property. If the trustee fails to record a satisfaction within the set time limits, the trustee may be responsible for damages as set out by statute.

LawDepot's new form makes drafting a Deed of Reconveyance quick and inexpensive. An intuitive, fill-in-the-blanks process allows anyone to use the Deed of Reconveyance form with ease. It's faster and less expensive than hiring a legal professional to draft the same document.

Having just paid off a significant debt, the last thing the borrower wants is to incur a large legal bill in order to clear the title of his or her property. LawDepot's Deed of Reconveyance form allows the borrower to clear his or her property without spending a large amount of money to create the document necessary to do so.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release (or for a sample, copy or demo), contact Dave Pettitt or visit

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Source: PRWeb: Legal / Law

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