California Civil Code

Sec. § 2954.2


(a)

Every mortgagee of record of real property containing only a one- to four-family residence, when the mortgage is given to secure payment of the balance of the purchase price of the property or to refinance such a mortgage, shall furnish to the mortgagor within 60 days after the end of each calendar year a written statement showing the amount of moneys received for interest and principal repayment, late charges, moneys received and held in or disbursed from an impound account, if any, for the payment of taxes on the property, insurance premiums, bond assessments, or other purposes relating to the property, and interest credited to the account, if any. The written statement required to be furnished by this section shall be deemed furnished if the mortgagee of record transmits to the mortgagor of record cumulative statements or receipts which, for each calendar year, provide in one of the statements or receipts the information required by this section. The mortgagor, trustor or vendee shall be entitled to receive one such statement for each calendar year without charge and without request. Such statement shall include a notification in 10-point type that additional accountings can be requested by the mortgagor, trustor, or vendee, pursuant to Section 2954.

(b)

For the purposes of this section:

(1)

“Mortgagee” includes a beneficiary under a deed of trust, a vendor under a real property sale contract, and an organization which services a mortgage or deed of trust by receiving and disbursing payments for the mortgagee or beneficiary.

(2)

“Mortgage” includes a first or second mortgage, a first or second deed of trust, and a real property sale contract.

(3)

“Impound account” includes a trust or other type of account established for the purposes described in subdivision (a).

(c)

The requirements of this section shall be in addition to the requirements of Section 2954.

(d)

This section shall become operative on December 31, 1978, and apply to moneys received by a mortgagee on and after January 1, 1978.
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