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Did he foreclose on you and take the house back or force a sale of it?
How did he prevent you from attending your sister's funeral?
What was the outcome of you filing charges against him?
Ok, if the person bought the house at the foreclosure sale because you were unable to make the payments, then legally there is nothing inappropriate with that. It would have been a public auction where anyone could bid and it would sell to the highest bidder. And if you were unable to make the payments, the seller was legally within their rights to foreclose.
I don't see any way that this person could have legally prevented you from going to sister's funeral so I am not sure how you feel that they were able to do so. If the family told you not to come, then that was their decision.
I am sorry, but I just don't see any legal recourse against this person based on what you have stated...
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