(a) The lien of a shared appreciation loan, including the principle 1 amount and all interest, whether accrued or to be accrued, and all amounts of contingent
deferred interest, shall attach from the time of the recordation of the deed of trust
securing the loan, and the lien, including the lien of the interest accrued, or to
be accrued, and of the contingent deferred interest, shall have priority over any
other lien or encumbrance affecting the property encumbered by the shared appreciation
deed of trust which is recorded after the time of recordation of the shared appreciation
deed of trust. Nothing in this section shall preclude a junior or subordinate lien to the deed
of trust securing the shared appreciation loan.
(b) Any deed of trust that acts as security for a shared appreciation loan shall indicate
on the document that the deed of trust secures a shared appreciation loan.
So in chaptered copy. Probably should read “principal”.
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