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What type of property are you dealing with -- a writ of replevin is usually issued to recover personal property (car, boat, etc.), not real property (land and home)?
Do you own the home or are you a tenant/renter?
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You have the right to remain on the property until the lender forecloses on the property.....but at that point, you'd have to vacate or face being evicted.
The only way to stop the lender from foreclosing would be to file chapter 13 bankruptcy and seek to reorganize the debt so you can pay it in smaller monthly increments that you can afford.
If the foreclosure has already occurred, you will have to leave UNLESS you can get the lender to agree to allow you to stay, pay rent, etc. Otherwise, you'll have to vacate.
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