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Anti-Deficiency Law/ Arizona

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Greg Davis

Junior Member
What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Arizona

My home is going to go to auction on January 27, 2009. My 2nd loan is a home equity loan that was solely used for buying the property and was secured with a deed of trust. My first question is, does this fall under the anti-deficiency laws of Arizona? 2nd question is, is there anyway that my lender, USAA, could have put something in my contract that would take the anti-deficiency law rights away from me if it were to fall into those laws?

Thanks for the answers or any info ahead of time.

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