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Code of Virginia
Title 55. Property and Conveyances
Chapter 4. Form and Effect of Deeds and Covenants; Liens
8/21/2017

§ 55-62. Permissible form for notice of sale under deed of trust.

Notice of sale under any deed of trust whether the same be in conformity with § 55-59 or not, in the absence of provision therein requiring other or additional matter, may be substantially in the form following:

Trustee's Sale of

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(brief description or identification of property)

In execution of a deed of trust, (name or names of grantor or grantors unless grantor or grantors request in writing that the same be omitted,) dated _______________, recorded in the Clerk's Office of the _______________ court of _______________ in Deed Book _______________ page _____, _______________ , the undersigned trustee will offer for sale at public auction (a brief description of the property to include street number or, if none, the general location of property and place of sale) on the _______________ day of _______________, 20_____ at _____ (ante meridian) (noon) (post meridian), the property described in such deed.

Terms: (Cash) (_______________)

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Trustee(s)

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT

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(A trustee or the secured party or his agent)

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Address

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Telephone number

1946, p. 272; Michie Suppl. 1946, § 5167a1; 1977, c. 660; 1979, c. 12.

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