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The corporation may purchase, sell, hold, or otherwise deal in mortgage loans. In connection with the purchase or sale of a beneficial interest or participation in a mortgage loan, the corporation may enter into a trust agreement providing for the custody, control, and administration of the mortgage loan. The trust agreement may provide that the corporation or a bank or trust company shall act as trustor or trustee under the trust and that title to the mortgage loans subject to the trust shall be considered to have passed as provided in the trust agreement. To the extent provided in the trust agreement, the effect of a sale of a beneficial interest or participation in a mortgage loan is the same as the sale of the mortgage loan subject to the trust.
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