A deed resulting from default under a Deed of Trust, or as a result of taxes being overdue and the taxing authority ordering a sale of the property to pay for the back taxes.
A deed given by the sheriff when a property is sold for execution of a judgment or sheriff's foreclosure sale.
The transfer of title of a debtor's property resulting from a foreclosure sale.
The deed that is given to someone who purchases property at a fore-closure sale, after the statutory redemption period has expired.
Deed given by court order in connection with sale of property to satisfy a judgement.
Deed given by court order to satisfy a judgment.
The instrument of conveyance for property sold to satisfy a court judgment.
In Oklahoma, this means the final step in the official foreclosure of property. This type of deed would be filed after the public sale and court confirmation thereof.
Deed given at sheriff's sale in foreclosure of mortgage.
The deed given after a sheriff's sale. (See deed)
The deed given after a shertrif's sale.
A deed given to a buyer when property is sold through court action in order to satisfy a judgment for money or for foreclosure of a mortgage.
A sale of property ordered by the court and carried out by the sheriff. A sheriff sale is most common with mortgage foreclosures or in sales of property resulting from delinquent taxes.
A deed given at the sheriff's sale.
A deed, containing no warranties, that is given to the purchaser at a court-ordered sale to satisfy a judgment.
Title to property given under a court order due to failure, by the original owner, to pay the mortgage and/or property taxes. This deed is associated with foreclosure.