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If you are using assistive technology and are unable to access the content of the documents on this page, contact the Public Trustee department.
Payments to the Public Trustee must be made payable to Denver Public Trustee. Credit card payments are not accepted.
Foreclosure fees and charges are outlined in the Colorado Revised Statutes. .
38-37-104(1)(d): Serve as escrow agent for contract for deed as described in §38-35-126(1), annually for each taxable year
Wire Transfer Instructions for Cures and Redemptions(PDF, 130KB)
Forms of payment to the Public Trustee
Mail completed forms to:
Attention: Public Trustee Division
201 W. Colfax Ave., Dept. 101,
Denver, CO 80202
Note: Our office administers public trustee functions for properties located in the City and County of Denver. For properties in other counties, consult the Clerk and Recorder for the property's location.
The Public Trustee does not supply most forms. Many standard legal forms are available at:
You can apply for and receive a free Denver Public Library card online. The card will give you access to the library's database of legal forms. Neither the Clerk's staff nor the library's staff can offer legal advice, such as which form is correct for your needs.
We suggest you seek the advice of an attorney for questions regarding any legal document.
The Public Trustee does not supply most forms. See the drop-down above for Releases of Deeds of Trust.
Many standard business forms are available at:
Office of the Clerk and Recorder
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Closed for City HolidaysCall: 720-865-8400 or 311
Hearing impaired only (TTY): 720-913-8497
201 West Colfax Ave., Dept. 101, Denver, CO 80202
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