Question: In checking trust deed documents in the county recorder's office, you will find that the recorded deed of trust refers to standard clauses contained in a previously recorded trust deed. This previously recorded trust deed is known as a:

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(A) Prima facie deed of trust
(B) Short form deed of trust
(C) Master deed of trust
(D) Fictitious deed of trust


Answer:  (D)  A fictitious trust deed is a standard trust deed which contains all of the detailed provisions, and is recorded. All subsequent “short form” trust deeds, refer to the fictitious trust deed in order to avoid repetition of the detailed provisions.

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