I bought a home in foreclosure sale and the homeowner warned me of pending litigation and there are some improper documents/procedures done by seller (bank/reo) to me which most likely invalidate the sale/nullify it. I came to know about this after the homeowner filed an answer with evidences.
Now If I cancel the lawsuit, or will I be able to file same eviction lawsuit again or I can no longer file an eviction against the homeowner?
Or I have to face the eviction trial and appeal IF I Lose the trial and If I have any merits?
If the seller/REO sold me a problem property, how do I get the money back from the sellers? The sale is not yet registered in county records/website? When the sale is effective? Date of sale or date the deed is recorded in county? If it is not in county website, does it mean it is not yet recorded?
I guess I am duped by fraudulent sellers.. Please advise, how do I get out of this eviction lawsuit and how to get the money back I paid to the fraudulent sellers?
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