(4) To the truster or the trustor's successor in interest. In the event the property is sold or transferred to another, to the vested owner of record at the time of the trustee's sale.
(2) To the payment of the obligations secured by the deed of trust or mortgage which is the subject to the trustee's sale.
(3) To satisfy the outstanding balance of obligations secured by any junior liens or encumbrances in the order of their priority.
YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO SURPLUS PROCEEDS. Surplus proceed is excess proceed or money that is generated as result of the sale of your property. You are entitled to any money that is left over after all liens on the property is paid for. This money MUST be claimed. We will assist you with you claim and in doing so we will make sure that all figures and charges are in compliance with applicable civil codes. 

The monies is distributed as follows: The trustee, or the clerk of the court upon order to the clerk pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 2924j, shall distribute the proceeds, or a portion of the proceeds, as the case may be, of the trustee's sale conducted pursuant to Section 2924h in the following order of priority: 
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(1) To the costs and expenses of exercising the power of sale and of sale, including the payment of the trustee's fees and attorney's fees permitted pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 2924d and subdivision (b) of this section.