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I have just filed a suit against a mortgage lender in

I have just filed a suit against a mortgage lender in Colorado to stop a foreclosure sale but the sale is scheduled before the lender is required to answer the complaint and the emergency TRO has not been ordered. If the foreclosure goes through, can I just do an amended complaint to included a motion to vacate the sale for failure to follow the foreclosure procedures and or the reasons in the original complaint?

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I lost the title to a mobile home I was living in and now

I lost the title to a mobile home I was living in and now sold. I went to get a copy at the DMV and they don't have record of it in my name. I bought it from a friend and it is in the name of the people SHE bought it from. [I know the title WAS in my name as the trailer court wouldn't allow me to live there unless it was in my name, but that is besides the point].The people who are listed as the trailer owners seem helpful but are moving at a very slow pace. The people who bought the trailer already have it moved and their trailer court is pushing for the title.What would be the fastest way to get the title into my name so I can sign off and send it to the current owners? Can I have the former owners sign a Quit Claim document or something? I can easily prove that I lived at that trailer for over 4 years, if that makes a difference.

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If a certificate of title is recorded in a foreclosure, is

If a certificate of title is recorded in a foreclosure, is it lawful to have the entire foreclosure reversed four months later?

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I trying to close on Mobile Home in FL. MY lender will not

I trying to close on Mobile Home in FL. MY lender will not close until the VIN is retired as RP. The seller's Agent says this is not possible, they cannot retire VIN until it is closed. They want me to now apply for a new loan, because lender won't close until this is taken care of. The people I am buying from are financed through previous owner. What should I do?Laurel Exline

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I purchased a property at the foreclosure auction in

Hello, I purchased a property at the foreclosure auction in Pinellas County Florida, I received the certificate of title, owner is still occupying the property, I left them a notice on the door that was retrieved but not answered, now I need to file a writ of possession, I have the form but never did it before on my own, is there any way to have assistance on filing the form?thank youSciadi

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What type of title or proof of ownership is required to

What type of title or proof of ownership is required to transfer ownership of a mobile home to another if unit was built before 1990

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Is it possible to purchase a property after foreclosure, but

Is it possible to purchase a property after foreclosure, but before Sheriff Sale in Louisiana?

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Is there a MAXIMUM Florida Statutory time required to

Is there a MAXIMUM Florida Statutory time required to prepare and file a certificate of title after a certificate of sale has been conducted and filed? Have a case that took over two years to prepare and file.Anyone?ThanksRichard

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Is there any Florida case law or statute supporting the

Is there any Florida case law or statute supporting the proposition that a foreclosure sale by a Lender trumps the right of first refusal in the Condo documents. I am told that that is the law.

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