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foreclosure

The depriving of the right to a property by legal transfer of title, esp. because of failure to maintain mortgage payments.
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His team works across a number of areas of law practice, including bankruptcy, mortgage foreclosures and tax issues.
The norm typically involves a mortgage foreclosure action that is not filed by the original lender, wherein the plaintiff faces an alleged affirmative defense against the foreclosure action within the mortgagor defendant's responsive pleading that the plaintiff lacks standing to file and prosecute the mortgage foreclosure action.
The Changing Face of the Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis
California's civil code section 2924 governs mortgage foreclosures and California courts have held that the civil code provisions "cover every aspect" of the foreclosure process and are "intended to be exhaustive[.]" (See Chilton u.
(174) The protections of the statute only apply to mortgage foreclosure proceedings involving owner-occupied one to four family dwellings.
The United States has experienced a tremendous wave of residential mortgage foreclosures in recent years.
Mortgage foreclosure is not only linked to medical debt, but can cause or worsen people's health problems as well, according to a study published in the October issue of APHA's American Journal of Public Health.
It shows an armed officer of the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department moving through a home in Cleveland, Ohio, following eviction as a result of mortgage foreclosure.
THE SOURCE: "Changing the Rules: State Mortgage Foreclosure Moratoria During the Great Depression" by David C.
Reports of mortgage foreclosure scams are on the rise, and the Federal Reserve Board has compiled some tips to help protect consumers from becoming victims of foreclosure avoidance scams.
For example, North Dakota legislation specified that "The period within which a mortgagor or judgment debtor may redeem from a mortgage foreclosure or execution sale of real estate ...
It also would exclude permanently from tax liability consumer debt forgiven following a mortgage foreclosure.

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