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Form – Workout Agreement for a Deed-in-Lieu

The following form is designed to address the situation in which a lender and the borrower agree upon a workout in the form of a deed-in-lieu. As with all forms, it needs to be tailored to the particular transaction. Furthermore, it does not include state and local requirements or any of the boilerplate.