TFH 8/12 | If Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and Your Home Is About To Be Sold or Has Already Been Sold to the Foreclosing Plaintiff or to a Third Party, Do You Know The Ten Things You Can Still Try To Do To Save Your Home?

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TFH 8/12/2018 | If Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and Your Home Is About To Be Sold or Has Already Been Sold to the Foreclosing Plaintiff or to a Third Party, Do You Know The Ten Things You Can Still Try To Do To Save Your Home?

TFH 8/12/2018 | If Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and Your Home Is About To Be Sold or Has Already Been Sold to the Foreclosing Plaintiff or to a Third Party, Do You Know The Ten Things You Can Still Try To Do To Save Your Home?

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Sunday – August 12, 2018

If Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment has Already Been Granted Against You, and Your Home Is About To Be Sold or Has Already Been Sold to the Foreclosing Plaintiff or to a Third Party, Do You Know The Ten Things You Can Still Try To Do To Save Your Home?

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On April 8, 2018 we discussed the following topic: “Congratulations, You Defeated Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment, But Do You Know the Ten Things You Need To Do Next?”

After that show, John and I received numerous emails from listeners asking what if summary judgment was already granted, or worse, my home has already been sold in foreclosure?

On today’s show we discuss the strategy and tactics of saving your home despite losing summary judgment either in a judicial foreclosure or in an ejectment or unlawful detainer action, reviewing your following ten potential alternatives depending on what remedies may be available in your specific jurisdiction, for which information you need to consult with a local attorney:

1. Bankruptcy (Chapter 7 versus Chapter 13);

2. Auction bidding (defeating rigged credit bidding);

3. Rehearing/Reconsideration (recognized grounds);

4. Appeal (Federal versus State);

5. Stay pending appeal (mandatory versus discretionary);

6. Cash for keys, short sales, and deeds in lieu (eliminating deficiency judgments);

7. Writs of Mandamus and/or Prohibition;

8. New Lawsuit for Fraud on the Court;

9. Lis Pendens; and

10. Rights of Redemption.

Please join us this Sunday as we examine perhaps the most complex and confusing area of foreclosure law.

Gary Dubin

Please go to our website, www.foreclosurehour.com, and join your fellow homeowners in the Homeowners SuperPac today.

A Membership Application is posted there waiting for your support.

 

 

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