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Hi its me again with the eviction and serial bankruptcy filer.
They plan on suing the banks and me for wrongful foreclosure at the district court. So it is not the same judge as before. I'm really worried what will happen if the judge signs the TRO? What can I do to reverse that?
They have hired a foreclosure specialist attorney. They submitted a 40-60 page analysis on why it was wrongful foreclosure. What will happen if they do somehow find out that the foreclosure was wrong? Will they take away my property away from me? (I read it was unlikely but is possible) Will I have to sue to banks for selling me a defective property deed if they take the property away from me?
So many questions, but I will ask this for now.
I believe it is just a delaying tactic, but I am not too sure. I just don't understand why they would file bankruptcy over and over again destroying their credit instead of suing the banks earlier. The analysis report was done on May 9.
If TRO was not issued and I ended up getting possession next week, what will happen if I end up selling the home? (Before the court determine it was wrongful foreclosure)
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