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Foreclosure documents are legal documents used to initiate the foreclosure process. They include the Notice of Default, Notice of Sale, and the Deed of Trust. The Notice of Default is a document sent to the borrower informing them that they are in default of their loan and that the lender intends to foreclose on the property. The Notice of Sale is a document sent to the borrower and other interested parties informing them of the date, time, and place of the foreclosure sale. The Deed of Trust is a document that creates a lien on the property and gives the lender the right to foreclose if the borrower defaults on their loan.

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