Notice of Attornment

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This Notice of Attornment is sent by a new mortgage lender (mortgagee) to a tenant on mortgaged property notifying the tenant that the mortgage is in default. This notice requires that all future future payments be made to the new mortgage lender. It is imperative that this notice be clearly set out in writing.

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This Notice of Attornment is from a new mortgage holder to a tenant and provides notification that the tenant is in arrears and asks that the tenant agree to pay all past due amounts to the new landlord. This notice sets out a brief description of the property and the name, address and telephone number of the new mortgage holder. It is important that this type of notification be set out in writing. A written Notice of Attornment will prove invaluable in the event of disagreements or misunderstandings between the parties.

This Notice of Attornment contains the following provisions:
  • Parties: Sets out the name of the tenant and name, address and phone number of the new mortgage lender;
  • Property: Sets out a brief description of the property which tenant is occupying;
  • Signatures: The new mortgage lender must sign and date this notice.

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This attorney-prepared packet contains:
  1. General Instructions
  2. Notice of Attornment
State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of all states
Number of Pages3
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#28998
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Notice of Attornment

 

 
TO:   Name of Tenant
 
 
Take notice that the undersigned holds a first mortgage (the "Mortgage") on the property described as Brief Description of Property (ie. 123 Whiteacre Road, Anyplace, Anywhere) (the "Property") and occupied by you as tenant.
 
The Mortgage is now in arrears and accordingly, the undersigned hereby requires you to attorn to the undersigned and to pay to the undersigned, at the following address, any and all rent now due or in the future payable in respect of your tenancy.
 
Name of Mortgage Lender (Mortgagee)
Address of Mortgage Lender
 
Telephone No. of Mortgage Lender
 
Please note that you will be held responsible for any failure to comply with the terms of this notice.
 
 
Dated:                   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Name of Mortgage Lender
 

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