With your house so close to sale, why not consult with an attorney at this point?
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I agree with the previous answer and if you had an extension you need an attorney ASAP to enjoin the sale and comply with the previous order. In any event you will need to get moving and get help fast if you are going to have any hope if the sale can be set aside. Do not expect the lender to just agree to a continuance and the court to agree that it was their mistake. Your attorney will need to convince the court and overcome the objections of the lender.
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You need to file an objection to sale immediately. The objection should contain all the facts of why the sale should be vacated, i.e. the Court granted you a 90 day extension but because of error the sale date was extended only 60 days, it should also include that your working on a short sale. There is no specific form, its called drafting an objection to sale with the specific facts of your case.
In any event, you need to consult a foreclosure attorney who is familiar with the procedures in your circuit. Good luck.
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When your dealing with a bank you need to make sure to get everything in writing. Any agreement or statements by your bank that may have caused you to forbear taking any actions may be relevant to a judge and in some circumstances can lead to an extension of the foreclosure sale.