hypothetically, if a duty judge or court commissioner is allegedly "not available" to sign a protective order in one county can a judge or court commissioner in the next county over sign the order. This involves an illegal foreclosure, crooked bank that was sanctioned by the OCC, and f/c attorneys have been caught filing multiple fraudulent affidavits into cases. Clerks are giving the homeowner the run around to put them out of house today and they have 3 week old baby with serious medical issues. hypothetically speaking of course. thx
State/Country relating to Question: Maryland
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Good afternoon, Hypothetically, yes, that could happen. However, that act might be seen as an overstepping of authority authority by the sitting judge/commissioner in initial county. Actually, a better way to avoid foreclosure is to file for bankruptcy. I wish you the best in 2012.Because I help people here, like you, for a living---this is not a hobby for me, and I sincerely XXXXX XXXXX abiding by the honor system as regards XXXXX XXXXX I wish you and your family the best in your respective futures. Would you be so kind as to Accept my Answer so that I may be compensated for assisting you? Bonuses for greatly informative and helpful answers are very much appreciated. Thanks Again, DougLawTalk40925.6033298611
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