I purchased a piece of land in Lee County for an investment a few years ago. It turned out to be wetlands and to be unbuildable. I am in the middle of a law suit for fraud against the investment group, builder & developer- in the meantime- the bank is serving me with foreclosure. I live in California. What does this mean for me, as far as deficiency judgements, etc? I was considering filing for bankruptcy, but then the the bank would own my lawsuit, and these people would be getting away with selling me wetlands and giving me false information!!
You've posted this in Los Angeles, and if you want Florida lawyers to see it to respond to your foreclosure law question, you should re-post it with Florida as your location.
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Ms. Koslyn is right, see a local lawyer who can give you detailed answers on the effects of the options available to you,
As you are "in the middle of a law suit for fraud", I would suggest you address your questions to your Florida attorneys in that case.
Your Florida attorneys can also advise you as to whether you were properly served by the bank with the requisite notices regarding the foreclosure process, and any defenses you might have to that claim.
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