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This conveyance is in trust for the benefit of the Beneficiary, and the Debtor acknowledges that the Public Trustee of the county in which the Property is located, as well as any duly appointed successor, shall have, with respect to the Property, all of the rights, powers and authority granted by applicable Colorado law and by the terms of this Deed of Trust, including the power of sale in the event of default.

    TAGS:  1st Sentence, legalese

YYY hereby expressly waives the following, including, without limitation, any and all defenses, claims, and set-offs of any kind or nature arising directly or indirectly as a result of any of the following: (i) acceptance or notice of the acceptance of this Guaranty; (ii) notice of the existence or creation of any other documents or agreements between the parties and/or XXX; (iii) presentment, demand, notice of dishonor, protest, and all other notice whatsoever; (iv) the invalidity, irregularity, or unenforceability of the liabilities hereby guaranteed; (v) all diligence on the part of ZZZ in collection or protection of, or realization upon, any security for any of the liabilities or in enforcing any remedy available to it under any agreement between the parties hereto and/or XXX; (vi) the right of power under any statute or rule of law, to demand, or otherwise require, that ZZZ take, initiate or pursue any action against XXX or against the property of XXX standing as security for the liabilities; (vii) any defense that may now or hereafter arise by reason of the incapacity, lack of authority, death or disability of XXX, or any officer, partner or agent of XXX, any co-guarantor, or any other person or entity or the failure of ZZZ to file or enforce a claim against the estate (either in administration, bankruptcy, or any other proceeding) of XXX or any other person or entity; (viii) any duty on the part of ZZZ to disclose to YYY any facts it may now or hereafter know regarding the XXX; (ix) the defense of the statute of limitations in any action hereunder or for the collection of the indebtedness or the performance of any obligations hereby guaranteed; (x) any delay on the part of ZZZ in exercising any of its rights under this Guaranty, or otherwise; (xi) until the obligation hereby guaranteed are satisfied in full, any right of subrogation to ZZZ against XXX and any rights to enforce any remedy which ZZZ may have against XXX and any rights to participate in any security for the Note or Loan Documents; and (xii) any defense based upon an election of remedies by ZZZ which destroys or otherwise impairs any subrogation rights of YYY or the right of YYY to proceed against XXX for reimbursement, and/or any other rights of YYY to proceed against XXX, against any other guarantor, or against any other person or security, including without limitation, any defense based upon an election of remedies by ZZZ under the provision of Sec. 580d and 726 of the California Code of Civil procedure and/or any similar law of California or of any other jurisdiction; (xiv) any right to assert against ZZZ any defense (legal or equitable), set-off, counterclaim, and/or claim which YYY may now or at any time hereafter have against XXX and/or any other party liable to ZZZ in any way or manner.

    TAGS:  legalese


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