Reconveyance

(n) Reconveyence is the process by which a title to a property held by a person as trustee or mortgage is returned to the owner on his request , up on the fulfillment of conditions for which such title was assigned to him
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Reconveyance

• (n.) Act of reconveying.
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Reconveyance

Re`con·vey'ance noun Act of reconveying.
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Reconveyance

Is the lenders action of transferring a property back to a borrower when the borrower completely pays off their mortgage.
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reconveyance

n. in those states which use deeds of trust as a mortgage on real property to secure payment of a loan or other debt, the transfer of title by the trustee (which has been holding title to the real property) back to the borrower (on the written request of the borrower) when the secured debt is fully paid. Under the deed of trust the borrower transfe...
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Reconveyance

The transfer of title to real estate from a lender to the buyer when a loan secured by the property is paid off. A trustee (commonly a title or escrow company) usually holds title for the lender and handles the reconveyance when the loan is fully paid back. (See also: trust deed)
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