1) The foreclosure is against :
MARCO P. CAMARA AND JOILMA NUNES CAMARA, HUSBAND
AND WIFE, UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION
I'm Marco and Joilma is my wife and the only other person living in the house is my son. I believe the Plaintiff got his name because he signed for a registered letter that was sent to us.
2)The mortgage is under my wifes name but I was also asked to sign the mortgage papers as her husband.
3)We were served and refered as:
AND WIFE, UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION,
We did file an answer and me and my wife signed. Now the Plaintiff is saying that the "Unknown Parties in Possession N/K/A Marco N Camara" failed to serve any paper in the action.
The person that the Plaintiff is referring to is my son, Marco N Camara.
Plaintiff filed ENTRY FOR DEFAULT because my son failed to file or serve any paper in this action.
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