Aurora foreclosure halted; constitutionality issue unresolved

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Aurora foreclosure halted; constitutionality issue unresolved

Aurora foreclosure halted; constitutionality issue unresolved

Denver Post-

A federal judge on Tuesday formally stopped the foreclosure auction of an Aurora woman’s house, leaving unanswered whether he can determine if a part of Colorado’s foreclosure laws is unconstitutional.

While U.S. District Judge William J. Martínez’s order enjoins U.S. Bank, the trustee on Lisa Kay Brumfiel’s mortgage, from seeking a public-trustee foreclosure, it doesn’t stop the bank from pursuing her house the old-fashioned way — via a lawsuit in state court.

The bank conceded to the injunction late Monday because, lawyers said in a court filing, it had already closed the foreclosure case it filed against Brumfiel with the Arapahoe County public trustee’s office more than 18 months ago. Additionally, the bank said it has requested a state judge to rescind his order to sell the house.

[THE DENVER POST]

 

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