Holder of the Certificate of Do not fill in this area. This will be done by the Office of the Public Trustee. Purchase Affidavit San Miguel County Foreclosure Sale No.: _____________________ Total Due to CP Holder: $__________________ Office of the Public Trustee __________________________________ Public Trustee Fee: $______________________ Amount of Bid at Sale: $___________________ Total to Redeem: $_______________________ Interest @ _____%: $_____________________ Figures Good Thru: ______________________ Additional Charges: $_____________________ Allowed charges under C.R.S. 38-38-301 for which I have provided the attached invoice or receipt. Please be advised that the office of the San Total Due to CP Holder: $__________________ Miguel County Public Trustee does not give legal advice. This brochure has been created Proper Charges Per Diem: $__________ The undersigned swears and affirms that the as an INFORMATIONAL tool for citizens; it is NOT intended to serve as legal advice. Parties that a Certificate in need of legal advice are encouraged to foregoing amount to redeem is true and correct. conduct their own investigation into the foreclosure process and/or seek legal counsel of Purchase _______________________________________ in the private sector. Holder of the Certificate of Purchase Holder May The foregoing affidavit has been subscribed and affirmed, or sworn to before me in the County of Include in a San Miguel, State of Colorado this ______ day of _______________, 20____. Janice M. Stout Redemption San Miguel County _______________________________________ Notary Public Public Trustee Amount 305 West Colorado Ave. My Commission Expires: __________________ PO Box 488 Telluride, CO 81435 2009 Edition (SEAL) (970) 728-4451 Fax (970) 728-4397 Website: www.sanmiguelcounty.org E-mail: email@example.com C.R.S. 38-38-301 & 302 – Effective for all property and any governmental or quasi- allowable and shall be included in the statement foreclosures started after January 1, governmental lien, fine, penalty, or assessment of redemption if such amounts have not been 2008. against the property; included in a prior bid or statement of (III) The premiums on any property, casualty, redemption. . If such amounts in 38-38-107 (I) After the receipt of notice that an intent was general liability, or title insurance acquired to thru (VIII) have not been included in a prior bid filed; the holder of the Certificate of Purchase protect the holder’s interest in the property or or statement of redemption, they can be included shall submit a signed and acknowledged improvements on the property; also. statement with the Public Trustee no later than (IV) Sums due on any prior lien or encumbrance thirteen (13) business days following the date of on the property, including the portion of an C.R.S. 38-38-302 (3)(b) sale. The statement must specify all sums assessment by a homeowners’ association that necessary to redeem as of the statement, plus the constitutes a lien prior to the lien being If the holder of the Certificate of Purchase fails per diem interest accrued and rate of interest foreclosed; except that any principal that would to submit the written statement to the Public accrual. The statement may be amended from not have been due in the absence of acceleration Trustee within the period specified then the time to time, but in no event may the statement shall not be included in the sum due unless paid Public Trustee shall calculate the amount be amended after the second (2) business day after the expiration of the time to cure the necessary to redeem by adding the successful prior to the commencement of the redemption indebtedness pursuant to this article; bid and the accrued interest from the date of sale period. The redemption amount must be as (V) If the property is subject to a lease, all sums through the redemption date. The estimate of follows: due under the lease; accrued interest shall be calculated by (VI) The reasonable costs and expenses of multiplying the amount of the bid by the regular 1. The amount that was bid as sale. defending, protecting, securing, and maintaining rate of annual interest specified in the evidence 2. Interest from the date of sale. Such interest and repairing the property and the holder’s of debt, deed of trust or mortgage, divided by shall be charged at the default rate if interest in the property or the improvements on three hundred sixty-five (365), and then specified or the regular rate specified in the the property, receiver’s fees and expenses, multiplied by the number of days from the sale evidence of debt, deed of trust, or mortgage. inspections fees, court costs, attorney fees, and date through the date of redemption. 3. Fees and costs include but are not limited to fees and costs of the attorney in the employment the following amounts that have been paid of the owner of the evidence of debt; Any redemption based on an estimate by the or incurred. (VII) Costs and expenses made pursuant to a Public Trustee as described above shall (a) Cost and expenses allowable under the valid order from a court of competent constitute a full redemption and shall be deemed evidence of debt, deed of trust, or other lien jurisdiction to bring the property and the to by payments of all sums which the holder of being foreclosed. improvements on the property into compliance the Certificate of Purchase is entitled. The (b) Reasonable attorney fees and the costs with the federal state, county, and local laws, Public Trustee shall have no liability with incurred by the holder or the attorney for the ordinances, and regulations affecting the respect to any action required. holder in enforcing the evidence of debt, the property, the improvements on the property, or deed of trust, or other lien being foreclosed the use of the property; and As the Holder of a Certificate of Purchase it is or in defending, protecting and insuring the (VIII) Other costs and expenses that may be your responsibility to be informed and holder’s interest in the foreclosed property permitted by the deed of trust, mortgage or other knowledgeable of the Colorado Revised Statutes or any improvements on the property, lien securing the debt or that may be authorized regarding the foreclosure process. including but no limited to: by a court of competent jurisdiction. (I) All expenses actually incurred by the office A copy of the Colorado Revised Statutes may be conducting the sale; 4. The fees and costs listed above if incurred purchased through Bradford Publishing at 1- (II) Any general or special taxes or ditch or by the holder of the certificate of purchase or 800-446-2831 or their website at water assessments levied or accruing against the redemption at the time of filing the statement are www.bradfordpublishing.com.