A Delaware Deed of Trust is a legal document that can be used to protect a real estate transaction when a loan is involved. The trustee's duty is to either reconvey the title upon satisfaction of the loan, or to initiate foreclosure as directed by the beneficiary. The Delaware Code contains an approximate form for deeds, which can be used to compile a deed of trust as well. According to it, your deed shall contain the name of the trustor, the name of the trustee, the name of the beneficiary, the description of real property, and other types of information.
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