Legal Advice for Judicial Foreclosure — 9 results
Written by attorney Margery Golant, over 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
The Foreclosure Process Foreclosure is the process by which the lender takes control of the property which was pledged as collateral for the mortgage debt and sells the property to raise... more
Written by attorney Thomas Hartmann, over 3 years ago.
What is the New
Jersey Judicial Foreclosure Process?
In New Jersey, foreclosures are administered through the
superior court system in the various counties throughout the... more
Written by attorney Joshua Mathews, almost 5 years ago.
Is it Foreclosure or a Trustee's Sale? Different states have different laws for taking someone's home, and although people commonly use the term foreclosure in all states, some states don'... more
Written by attorney Peter Stone, about 5 years ago.
What loans were used to purchase the house The loans that were used to purchase the home will be extinguished, and you will owe no money on them, in a non-judicial foreclosure. SO the... more
Written by attorney John Watts, about 2 years ago.
As you research issues related to a foreclosure, you need to keep in mind the fundamental difference between the foreclosure laws of different states. Some states are non judicial and some... more
Written by attorney Kathy AF Davis, over 3 years ago.
NON-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE PROCESS IN UTAH
(Foreclosure of Trust Deeds -Utah Code Ann. 57-1-10 57-1-36)
1. A Trustee conducting a non-judicial Trustees Sale must be qualified as a Trustee... more
Written by attorney Sean Hanley, over 3 years ago.
SeeForeclosure Considerations: Sometimes, "Walking Away" is the best option.
Foreclosureis defined as follows:
To shut out; to bar; to terminate(Black's Law Dictionary).
It is a legal... more
Written by attorney Richard Rydstrom, over 2 years ago.
Generally, Judicial Notice is desired when it can work in one’s favor (whether by non-opposition, opposition or related motions (Demurrers, Injunctions, Summary Judgment, etc.)) Homeowner's... more
Written by attorney Nicholas Moccia, over 2 years ago.
By:Nicholas M. MocciaStaten Island, New York
The Appellate Division, Second Department, has rendered a new decision, which will have the practical effect of limiting judicial activism among... more