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    A “Notice of Right to Cancel” or “Rescission” paperwork is a crucial loan document for a property that is being refinanced. This does not cover a rental or the purchase of a second house. In the case of a refinance or a home equity line of credit, the “Notice of a Right to Cancel” will be included in the loan documentation. The right to rescind does not apply to all mortgage contracts. This document will not be included in a transaction with an existing lender, a state agency mortgage, or a mortgage on a second home or investment property.
    This form must be filled out completely and accurately. Any omission on the rescission date can create a delay in the loan’s funding. The following are some key points to remember concerning the “Notice of Right to Cancel”:
    Three days after the borrower signs their loan agreements, the rescission period begins. Sundays and federal holidays are not included. In addition, if the borrower has to amend the last day of the right to cancel, the borrower must cross it out and initial the new date in writing only. This is something that the notary loan signing agent will not be able to assist them with. The date must be recorded very clearly and neatly on the “Notice of Right to Cancel” or “Rescission” form.

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