The intervening third parties should ask their attorney with whom they incurred the fees if any grounds exist under which they can recover the fees they have paid.
Bidders at foreclosure auctions might be bidding subject to the risk that in the event of a problem, they are entitled to a refund of their monies and nothing more. The actual language, should appear in the auction rules, as found on that jurisdictions Clerk of Court website, or similar. However, as my colleague indicates, the buyer's should confer with their attorney in regards to this.
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