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As a former VA foreclosure attorney, I find that your situation is highly unusual. I think that a Texas statute of limitations would bar such action. Also, I don't see how he could continue to use his VA eligibility after a VA loan foreclosure. Surely that judgment would have shown up on title searches if the new properties were in the same state and county. If you have a case number, the result of the sheriff sale may be looked up at the court where the suit was filed. You should also file a complain with the VA Inspector General's office (see below) and have some one look into this. It sounds like a mistake has been made. http://www.va.gov/oig/hotline/complainant-release-preference.asp
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