by a company that claims to have been assigned the note by the original lender and the trustees deed is in another company's name, different from the one that foreclosed
and the one that loaned the money, when the deed is still the same in records as it was
at loan closing, and assignment filed shows the same VP for the assignor and assignee
that didn't work for either company as they work for an entirely different one?
Not sure I understand completely, but my assumption is that there have been assignments of the lenders rights, leading to a company that you don't recognize filing the UD. It isn't uncommon, but make the purported renter show that they have the right to evict you at the UD hearing by proving that they have the proper assignments to do so.
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