Legal Advice for Non-Judicial Foreclosure — 16 results
Written by attorney John Watts, almost 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, about 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, about 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 John Gerth Merna, almost 3 years ago.
This may seem like an unusual topic for a legal guide. "Don't you receive notice?" you might ask. "Doesn't the law require you to be served?'
Virginia is a non-judicial foreclosure state... more
Written by attorney Peter Stone, almost 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 Edward Harness, over 4 years ago.
Judicial Foreclosure in Wisconsin In the absence of a power of sale clause in the loan document, the lender must sue the defaulted borrower and obtain a court order to foreclose. Unless... more
Written by attorney Dustin Bower, almost 5 years ago.
Are you facing the possibility of foreclosure? Knowing the State law is the key to helping you through the process. Minnesota foreclosures are handled both in court (judicial) and out of... more
Written by attorney John Watts, over 4 years ago.
Before The Foreclosure This is the time when the mortgage company - normally the servicer - notifies the consumer that the loan is being accelerated and that a forclosure sale will occur... more
Written by attorney Joshua Donnelly, almost 5 years ago.
Default You can no longer make payments as required by the terms of the Note and Mortgage you signed to either finance the purchase of your property or pull equity from property through a... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Larkin, about 5 years ago.
Approximately 90 Days After Missed Payment The process usually begins 90 days after you have not made a payment with the filing of a Notice of Default. The Notice of Default is filed with... more