HERO Federal judge questions constitutionality of Colorado foreclosure law, Stops auction

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HERO Federal judge questions constitutionality of Colorado foreclosure law, Stops auction

HERO Federal judge questions constitutionality of Colorado foreclosure law, Stops auction

The Denver Post-

A federal judge on Monday made the rare move to stop the foreclosure auction of an Aurora woman’s house in a case that squarely takes on the constitutionality of Colorado’s foreclosure laws.

U.S. District Judge William Martinez issued a preliminary injunction against the sale of Lisa Kay Brumfiel’s four-bedroom home, scheduled for Wednesday in Arapahoe County, until the judge can decide whether parts of state law are unfair to homeowners facing the loss of their house.

At issue is a provision in state law that allows lawyers to assert that their client, typically a bank, has the right to foreclose on a property even though they might not have the original mortgage paperwork to prove it.

[THE DENVER POST]

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