New Change to Required Language for Forclosure Notices Under California Civil Code § 2924C

Effective as of January 1, 2011, the language prescribed for all notices of default recorded pursuant to Section 2924 et seq. of the California Civil Code has changed. Despite the fact that this change became effective as of the beginning of this year, some foreclosure trustees are still using old forms that do not comply with current California law. Accordingly, lenders should be diligent in reviewing their foreclosure notices to ensure compliance with current requirements.

Under Section 2924c(b)(1) of the California Civil Code, the text of such notices of default must begin with the following statement...

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