You cannot back date a deed (legally, that is). Deeds are notarized documents, and no Notary Public is going to risk prosecution by certifying a false date of signature. In any event, the recordation of the deed is probably what the VA will want to see, and that has not happened yet. What you might try is to get a certified copy of the court order ratifying the foreclosure sale, which under Maryland law is the last step granting legal ownership to the purchaser at the foreclosure sale. Perhaps the VA would accept that in conjunction with the recorded deed (once it is filed).
You want to back date a deed so as to fraudulently obtain a VA loan?
No. It can't be back dated. Not only would the NP be risking commission of a fraud, you risk charges for obtaining a loan under fraululent conditions.
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