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You are going about this the wrong way. A "foreclosure" occurs when a party is unable to pay the mortgage, and the lender forecloses on the property and sells this at auction.
If you have a judgment, then the process is not a "foreclosure," per se. What happens is that the creditor (i.e. you) attaches the property as an asset towards satisfaction of judgment. Unless the property is homesteaded or exempt, it may be sold at auction towards judgment. This is a very complicated process and counsel is recommended for this.
DO I HAVE THE RIGHT TO RECORD A LIEN OR JUDGMENT AGAINST ALL OWNERS FOR THE $ 12,500 ?
A lien can be recorded against any titled property that belongs partially or wholly to the Defendant. A lien is another step to have the Defendant comply and pay the judgment, because with the lien, the Defendant is practically unable to sell that property. The lien is attached to the property, not the owners.
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