My husband was involved in the selling of his home in the state of Nevada. The lender could possibly get a court order to seize his funds, as the home was sold fraudelently. The lender didnt follow truth and lending laws, and was never paid off. The borrower, husband, who owed the note, was not aware of the fraud when the home was sold as a short sale. He just wanted out of the forclosure. The home is still showing as not paid off, although it has been sold already to a new buyer. It apparently went through escrow. The lender could come after borrower, as he owed on the note , sole & separate.Could a judge freeze assets in spouse's bank account that is sole and seperate, because Nevada is a community property state. The spouse was never on the Deed of Sale or involved in the transaction
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