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2005 Update: Rules Govern Contracts for Deed2005 Update: Rules Govern Contracts for DeedBy Judon Fambrough2005-10-20T05:00:00Zreprint
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Legislation passed in 2005 brought about a number of new rules governing both existing and newly executed contracts for deed and places greater burdens on residential lenders and brokers. Digital and Print1754https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/reprint/2005-update-rules-govern-contracts-for-deed

 

 

2005 Update: Rules Govern Contracts for Deed2005 Update: Rules Govern Contracts for DeedBrokerage
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