Nevada Security Instruments of Public Utilities; Mortgages; Deeds of Trust; Other Liens
Sec. § 107.210
Contents of statement of amount necessary to discharge debt secured by deed of trust.


Except as otherwise provided in NRS 107.230 and 107.240, the beneficiary of a deed of trust secured on or after October 1, 1995, shall, within 21 days after receiving a request from a person authorized to make such a request pursuant to NRS 107.220, cause to be mailed, postage prepaid, or sent by facsimile machine to that person a statement of the amount necessary to discharge the debt secured by the deed of trust. The statement must set forth:

1.

The identity of the trustee or the trustees personal representative or assignee, the current holder of the note secured by the deed of trust, the beneficiary of record and the servicers of the obligation or debt secured by the deed of trust;

2.

The amount of money necessary to discharge the debt secured by the deed of trust on the date the statement is prepared by the beneficiary;

3.

The information necessary to determine the amount of money required to discharge the debt on a per diem basis for a period, not to exceed 30 days, after the statement is prepared by the beneficiary; and

4.

If the debt is in default, the amount in default, the principal amount of the obligation or debt secured by the deed of trust, the interest accrued and unpaid on the obligation or debt secured by the deed of trust, all fees imposed because of the default and the costs and fees charged to the debtor in connection with the exercise of the power of sale.
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