71-1-312. Discontinuance of foreclosure proceedings when entire amount of default paid. (1) Whenever all or a portion of any obligation secured by a trust indenture has, prior to the maturity date fixed in the obligation, become due or been declared due by reason of a breach or default in the performance of any obligation secured by the trust indenture, including a default in the payment of interest or of any installment of principal or by reason of failure of the grantor to pay, in accordance with the terms of the trust indenture, taxes, assessments, premiums for insurance, or advances made by the beneficiary in accordance with the terms of the obligation or of the trust indenture, the grantor or the grantor's successor in interest in the trust property or any part of the trust property or any other person having a subordinate lien or encumbrance of record on the trust property or any beneficiary under a subordinate trust indenture, at any time prior to the time fixed by the trustee for the trustee's sale if the power of sale is to be exercised, may pay to the beneficiary or the beneficiary's successor in interest the entire amount then due under the terms of the trust indenture and the obligation secured by the indenture, including costs and expenses actually incurred and reasonable trustee's fees and attorney fees, other than the portion of the principal that would not then be due if a default had not occurred and cure the existing default.
(2) Upon the payment described in subsection (1), all prior proceedings had or instituted to foreclose the trust indenture must be canceled and the obligation and the trust indenture must be reinstated and remain in force and effect the same as if an acceleration had not occurred.
(3) If the default is cured and the obligation and the trust indenture reinstated in the manner provided, the beneficiary or the beneficiary's assignee shall, on demand of any person having an interest in the trust property, execute, acknowledge, and deliver to the person a request that the trustee execute, acknowledge, and deliver a cancellation of the recorded notice of sale under the trust indenture.
(4) Any beneficiary under a trust indenture or the beneficiary's assignee who, for a period of 30 days after the demand, refuses to request the trustee to execute, acknowledge, and deliver a cancellation is liable to the person entitled to the request for all damages resulting from the refusal.
(5) A cancellation of a recorded notice of sale, when executed and acknowledged, is entitled to be recorded and is sufficient if it sets forth a reference to the trust indenture and the book and page where the indenture is recorded, a reference to the notice of sale and to the book and page where the indenture is recorded, and a statement that the notice of sale is canceled.