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Hello, I believe I already answered and asked you to call your mortgage company.
If your house went into foreclosure, then the mortgage company can auction your property for less than the mortgage
But I don't think that happened here.
I think you were evicted for not making your association dues.
In that case you still should have been served with court papers.
You need to call the association and possibly get an attorney to represent you.
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i ask manager praporty assosiation number for talk to them abaut he say he is assosiation an he buy muy unit dont show me any title whit his name on but do wird action to me whit his atorney and he say to me he hair attorney he say i have to pay for his attorney
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