You should consult an attorney in your area to determine what causes of action you might have, or if something could be worked out. There's not enough information in your question for me to determine what remedies you might have, but an attorney in your area could advise you. The Iowa State Bar Find a Lawyer service can assist you if you do not have a lawyer in mind: http://www.iowafindalawyer.com/search.htm Good luck!
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I recommend you consult with an attorney, or, if you qualify, Iowa Legal Aid. You may have recourse against the owner for towing your car. When you contact an attorney, be sure to have a copy of your lease handy, and any other written documents regarding the lot space or parking. Good luck!
You should consult a local attorney to learn about your rights in this situation. In certain foreclosures, the lender can pursue what is called a "deficiency judgment": the difference between the amount of the loan (and all associated costs) and what your house brings at auction. Since attorney's fees and other costs are often added to a foreclosure judgment, you could end up significantly "upside down" and the bank might get a money judgment against you. An attorney might be able to help...
I would recommend you consult with an attorney in your area immediately. Certain causes of action have time limitations, including time limits as short as 2 years. You may wish to consult the Iowa State Bar Association Find a Lawyer Service: http://www.iowafindalawyer.com/search.htm Good luck!