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I am sorry, but I do not understand your post.
Are you stating that your lender made a mistake in foreclosing its mortgage?
Kindly review it, properly identify the parties and resubmit.
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Thank you for the information. However, I am still clear on the facts. Kindly clarify:
Yes, as to wrongful foreclosure?
Or yes as to you paying property taxes when you no longer own the property?
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Make your request for reimbursement of the taxes paid to the address on the correspondence that you would receive regarding the mix-up. If your request is ignored, you have to file a Small Claim in the County where the property is located for the amount. You can obtain the Small Claims forms at the Courthouse in the Clerk's office.
As for the foreclosure, regrettably if you were behind on your mortgage, the lender can legally foreclose on its mortgage eventhough you had an assurance that the foreclosure would not take place. However, it would be an unfair and deceptive act and practice if the lender assured you that the foreclosure would not happen during the negotiation, but it happened. You may ask that the foreclosure be removed from your credit file under this circumstance.
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