Foreclosure Auction Part Fiduciary Form is a legal document that was released by the Supreme Court - Nassau County, New York - a government authority operating within New York. The form may be used strictly within County of Nassau.
Q: What is a foreclosure auction?
A: A foreclosure auction is a public sale where a property that has been foreclosed is sold to the highest bidder to recover the outstanding debt.
Q: What is a fiduciary form in relation to a foreclosure auction?
A: A fiduciary form is a document used to appoint a person or entity as a fiduciary, who will act in the best interest of the parties involved in the foreclosure auction process.
Q: What is the County of Nassau, New York?
A: The County of Nassau is a county located on Long Island, New York.
Q: Why is a fiduciary form required for a foreclosure auction in Nassau County, New York?
A: The fiduciary form is required to ensure that the person or entity responsible for conducting the foreclosure auction adheres to their fiduciary duties and acts in a trustworthy and fair manner.
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