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DICTA, 1951, 1953

 Item — Small Collection Box: 1, Envelope: 5
Identifier: Series-154
Scope and Contents

DICTA, the monthly journal of the Denver Bar Association, the Colorado Bar Association, and the University of Denver, College of Law, containing articles on foreclosure matters and used for reference by the Office of the Public Trustee.

Dates: Publication: 1951; Publication: 1953

Public Trustee Foreclosure Files, 1895-1937

 Series
Identifier: Series-164
Abstract

Case files containing foreclosure documents created and received in relation to the forced sale of property pledged as security for a debt that is in default.

Dates: Record Keeping: 1895-1937

Public Trustee Foreclosure Registers, 1895-1978

 Series
Identifier: Series-151
Scope and Contents

The Public Trustee's Register of Foreclosures lists name of property owner (grantor); date of deed; date the Demand for Sale was filed with the Trustee; newspapers the Notice of Sale was published in; date the property was sold; name of purchaser; dollar amount the property sold for; legal description of property; and Public Trustee's Certificate of Purchase.

Dates: Record Keeping: 1895-1978

Public Trustee Record of Election and Demand, 1895-2007

 Series
Identifier: Series-153
Scope and Contents In Colorado, the Notice of Election and Demand is a document indicating that a lender is the beneficiary of a deed of trust encumbering a parcel of real property; stipulating that the borrower is in default; and requesting that the public trustee commence foreclosure proceedings to satisfy the debt. The document is submitted to the Public Trustee and recorded by the Clerk and Recorder. This marks the beginning of the foreclosure process. Foreclosure notices are mailed to all...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1895-2007

Public Trustee Register of Releases, 1919-1966

 Series
Identifier: Series-152
Scope and Contents A Deed of Trust is a third-party instrument used to create voluntary liens in real estate. The parties to a Deed of Trust are the the property owner (Grantor), the lender (Beneficiary) and the Public Trustee, who holds certain powers of foreclosure and release.A recorded (by the County Clerk and Recorder) Deed of Trust is a legal record of the lien against the owner’s property. When recorded, a Deed of Trust creates a lien against the Grantor’s property. When the terms of the...
Dates: Record Keeping: 1919-1966

Reprint of Act Creating the Office of Public Trustee (HB 48, 1894), 1994

 Item — Small Collection Box: 5, Envelope: 11
Identifier: Series-24--
Scope and Contents

Reprint of HB 48 that established the office of Public Trustee in each county of the State of Colorado in 1894. This reprint was created by the Colorado Public Trustees' Association in 1994 to commemorate the Centennial of Colorado Public Trustees. Tri-folded and wrapped with a red satin ribbon.

Dates: Publication: 1994