As an aside, we have been representing ourselves pro se since the non-suit.
Have filed numerous motions, most important one was Motion To Re-consider the Order baring our right to produce any evidence and barring our right to testify on our on behalf.We included refernces to VA Sup. Ct. Rules that do not permit the Order (Chapter Four) US and VA Supt Ct case law and applicable sections of VA and US Constitutions on due process rights. Had a hearing on re-consider which was denied and an additional penalty added of no right of an appeal.
Since the condo is in foreclosure there was no erason to proceed with a suit for monetary damages for repairs, replace,ents and los of rental income for the last 5 years. Plus, funds dramarically depeted in this process taking over 2 1/2 years.
While, the above explaination makes an appeal appear not to make sense, we would very much like to rectify this Order and restore our due process rights in these matters. While I don't know how or why, filing an appeal in state court to reinstate our rights as a matter of law, it may ave some impact later with the foreclosure and bankruptcy. Any comments?
Dear Experts, this is a follow up to the bankrupcy related question I posed yesterday, to which there has not yet been a reply. Thank you for your feedback.
1. In filing bankruptcy, will this judgement be discharagable if it becomes a personal judgement aganist us?
2. If assn. decides the judgement will be taken as enforcement of the liens, will they be permitted to foreclose on the condo, "before" Freddy Mac completes their process to foreclose?
3. Is is plausible that Freddy Mac would consider a deed in lieu of foreclosure, in light of the extensive property damage and missing patio component of the property?
4. Is it plausible Freddy Mac would sue us, after the bankruptcy, for the damages to the condo?
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