Affidavit of Continuing Authority at Time of Sale (Eaton Affidavit) (Foreclosures) (Massachusetts)
About this template
This template, commonly known as an "Eaton Affidavit," is a form of post-sale affidavit of authority that allows a lender to conduct a nonjudicial foreclosure under the statutory power of sale against Massachusetts residential or commercial real estate. This document certifies the lender's authority to foreclose on a mortgage, as it held the mortgage and the underlying note during the entire foreclosure process, up to and including the date of the foreclosure sale. This affidavit serves as an additional supplement to the lender's pre-foreclosure affidavit of authority to foreclose.
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