They are used to hearing these sorts of threats. Best thing to do is to work something out with the association. Try to enter into some sort of payment plan with them, this may keep you out of foreclosure.
All of the above is correct. The best way to proceed now is to file a motion with the Court to lift the license suspension and remove the case from collections. This should serve to "reset" your ticket. An attorney can probably resolve this quicker than you can.
While you could use a power of attorney or quit claim deed to achieve your goal, I would suggest simply executing the original deed and all closing documents in Turkey. You can have the closing agent email you all of the documents, and you can have them executed, witnessed, and notarized in Turkey and FedEx them back the the U.S. in time for closing.
A couple of reasons why not to use the power of attorney or quit claim deed: The closing agent (or their title insurance underwriter) may not...
The amount of time it takes to get a "final approval" or be "clear to close" has doubled and even tripled since the real estate downturn began. It is stressful. Try an actual bank instead of a mortgage broker, though. You might get better results like that, since they are the ones actually lending the money (as opposed to a mortgage broker who simply "brokers" the loan between you and a lender). Bottom line -- get directly to the source of the money, and your timeframe may be reduced. If...
If you are not on the note, you may be able to quit claim your interest in the property to the other owner and have the bank dismiss the foreclosure action against you. I suggest contacting a local attorney and have them review the docket and complaint, as well as the public records, to see if this is possible.
Sounds like you may have received one or more toll tickets or red light camera tickets. Definitely contact an attorney to get this taken care of. Driving on a suspended license knowingly could get you arrested.
You have a chance of getting the ticket dismissed as long as you fight it. Paying it or opting to go to traffic school will afford you a zero chance of getting it dismissed. Contact an attorney in your area within the 30 days after you received the ticket for best results.
The only way you will be able to back out of the contract will be if there is something in the contract that allows you to: an inspection contingency, a financing contingency, etc. You should have an attorney review your contract and advise you of your rights. Beware: Your real estate agent is not qualified to provide you with legal advice.
Based on what you have stated, everyone that has answered here is correct. "In foreclosure" may simply mean in the bank's "foreclosure department." Check the docket of the county in which you are in just to be safe. Good luck.
You need to look at your modification documents to find out what is going on. It is possible that the modification was actually a forbearance agreement or some other type of loss mitigation type of tactic that has run its course. Definitely have an attorney review any documents that you have signed as well as the documents that you have received from the bank returning your payments. Unfortunately, when the bank returns payments, they also usually begin (or resume) the foreclosure process.