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If you were not aware that the property was foreclosed, it may be that the lender did not properly notice you. If you did not receive proper notice, you may file an "EX PARTE EMERGENCY MOTION TO SET ASIDE FINAL JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE
AND VACATE FORECLOSURE SALE".
Unfortunately there is not a template available.
Your motion could go something like this:
EX PARTE EMERGENCY MOTION TO SET ASIDE FINAL JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND VACATE FORECLOSURE SALE"
COMES NOW, the Respondent and in support of the above motion states as follows:
1. Respondent was not properly served copy of petition.
2. Plantiff and Respondent came to a forbearance agreement prior to sale.
3. Plaintiff failed to follow proper process thus denying Respondent of procedural due process.
Wherefore, Respondent prays the court to set aside the Motion to Set Aside the foreclosure sale.
You will need to sign this motion in front of a Notary. Send the original to the courthouse and a copy to Plaintiff's attorney.
I hope that this helps.
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