You will have to bring an action in the local district court to quiet title and get a court order removing the trustee and a deed signed by the judge so that the order / deed can be recorded with the local registry of deeds and that will take care of all of these matters. You will either have to file the suit/motion yourself with the court (you can check with the district court clerk's office to see if they have any motion forms that you might be able to use to handle this matter yourself) or you will have to hire an attorney to handle this matter for you.
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