Judgment Creditor obtained a Judgment against two judgment debtors.
Judgment Debtor No. 1. my Father, individually
Judgment Debtor No. 2. my Father's Revocable Family Trust, ("JOHN DOE FAMILY TRUST").
Then my father died prior to the Judgment Creditor obtaining a Sheriff's Levy.
But the Judgment Creditor continued under the Enforcement of Judgments Law, obtaining an After-death Writ of Execution and After-death Levy, (by stating the judgment debtor was dead, thereby tricking the Sheriff.)
They went to Sheriff's sale, a non-judgment creditor won the bid, and then that winning bidder filed a complaint to quiet title based upon the Sheriff's deed. But the deed states it is transferring all the right, title and interest of the judgment debtors.
Since my father was deceased prior to levy, but the second judgment debtor is listed as his "family trust," the purchaser argued "the trust" did not die, enforcement could continue under the Enforcement of Judgments law, and now the judge is claiming they bought "they property" and are entitled to a Quiet Title Judgment.
Does the Sheriff's Deed with "the trust" as Judgment Debtor No. 2, actually convey some form of title rights to the purchaser, because "the trust" did not die like my father, and enforcement could therefore continue under the EJL rather than the creditor being required to submit to Probate