My dad passed away 5 years sgo, his house is up for sherrifs sale dec 3. If it doesn't go then, is it still ours? The bank said we need to b out by then, n that they dont offer cash for keys and we are too late for an in leiu of the deed exchange....
It is still your until the Sheriff's Sale actually takes place. You still might have some options to avert the Sheriff's Sale. For instance, have you used your two statutory stays that total 30 days? Cash for keys and a deed in lieu should still potentially be on the table. You should consult an attorney about this matter. If you can't afford a modification, have you tried listing the property with a realtor? There isn't a lot of detail here, but sometimes, even at this stage, something can be done. In either event you will not be kicked out right away when the Sheriff's Sale takes place and may have some additional time to take other measures.See question
If a Plaintiff Amends a foreclosure final judgment after 15 days of judgment do they need to set a hearing and serve defendant a notice of hearing so they may attend the hearing ? If so , what if they do not give defendant notice of hearing or re...
Under such circumstances the Court will not have a hearing and provide notice and an opportunity to contest.See question
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When a motion to lift a stay is submitted, the other side may opposed the motion by way of a reply.See question
I had a foreclosure 3 years ago and ended up with a judgment. There has been no collection action yet. I'd like to know how long does the lender have to file for deficiency.
I am not an Illinois attorney, but from what I understand, a judgment operates for a lien in Illinois for 7 years and may be enforced for payment for 27 years.See question
I lived in Pennsylvania and had to relocate to New Jersey. I gave notification that I was terminating my lease in July and was told I was responsible for 60 days rent and a two month rent termination fee. I turned over my keys on September 22nd an...
George has it right. You should write the landlord to document the issue.See question
My tenant has moved out and caused damage to my property. I don't have his new address but I know where she works. I can sue her using her work address?
The work address is proper for service purposes.See question
I entered into a short sale agreement. The banks have already accepted my offer. However, my own agent is stalling the process. Several repairs needed to be made in order to pass an FHA appraisal. I offered to do these repairs at my expense. I ...
You should have an attorney representing your interests. A short sale is great, but issues such as repairs, etc., should be required only with adequate protections in place.See question
What happens when there are several liens on a property and the property goes to a sheriff's sale? Do all the liens need to be satisfied at the sale? Is the new buyer expected to pay off all the liens? How do all those liens get paid off?
Liens will be paid at Sheriff's Sale in order of priority. The new buyer gets clean title. The remaining liens become "unsecured" against the debtor.See question
It was rented without my signature or approval.
More facts are needed. A lawyer should be able to help you to get a copy of the lease.See question
Purchased property with 3 appts. in Trenton 5 mnths ago. At the time of closing title company did search and nothing came up. Now I received revised RET bills for 2014 and 2015 with explanation that properties were reassessed prior to me signing t...
You should consult a local real estate attorney. It is unclear what is going on from your question and probably a lawyer would need to look at all the relevant documents to craft a meaningful response.See question