(a) If the decree of foreclosure of a mortgage or deed of trust on real property pursuant to Section 726 determines that a deficiency judgment may be ordered against the defendant, the real property (other than a leasehold estate with an unexpired term of less than two years at the time of levy) shall be sold subject to the right of redemption.
(b) If the property is to be sold subject to the right of redemption, the sale is governed by Section 716.020, except that:
(1) The notice of sale of the property shall state that the property will be sold subject to the right of redemption and shall state the amount of the secured indebtedness with interest and costs.
(2) Notice of sale may be given upon entry of the judgment for sale of the property and the provision of Section 701.545 delaying notice of sale does not apply.
(3) Notice of sale may be given to persons having liens on the property upon entry of the judgment for sale of the property and the provision of subdivision (h) of Section 701.540 delaying such notice does not apply.
(Added by Stats. 1982, Ch. 497, Sec. 48. Operative July 1, 1983, by Sec. 185 of Ch. 497.)
Last modified: October 25, 2018