I don't see anything that would force the lender to provide a new loan (although they should be required to do so in a wrongful foreclosure). You can file a wrongful foreclosure action. If the foreclosure was willful you may even be entitled to punitive damages.
US Bank Natl. Assn. v Alejandra Padilla is a successful lawsuit brought by an individual borrower on a HAMP loan.
You may find this article interesting as the move is toward protecting borrowers
I understand your frustration and fortunately you did not waive your right to pursue filing a lawsuit against the lender for fraud and deceptive business practices.
Please feel free to ask me any additional questions that you may have with regard to this matter. It would be my pleasure to continue to assist you.
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The law on dual tracking in MN passed in May. Do you know if this law is retroactive or does it only apply to anything happening after May 2013? in other words, are we able to file a lawsuit against Wells Fargo if we lost our home in 2012 as a result of dual tracking? if so, do you know of any good lawyers that have had success with these types of law suits?
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