If you are talking about a trustee's sale under the power of sale in a deed of trust, then at first glance what you describe is improper. The trustee is not allowed to sell the property prior to the properly noticed time. If the property has indeed been sold and this has prejudiced you, then I suggest you consult with a competent real estate attorney who has experience setting aside improper foreclosures as soon as possible.
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I suggest that you have an attorney review the documents that you have. If the foreclosure sale was done improperly, then you may be able to recover damages or invalidate the sale.
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