If a lender uses "a married man as his sole and separate property" on the promissory note and trust deed, does the loan die with the debtor?

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I have a promissory note and second trust deed filled out by a private lender as "a married man as his sole and separate property". Will this loan terminate upon his death or can it be passed to his heirs through probate?

James Burns Answered 5 years ago This attorney is licensed in California View Attorney Profile
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