This is a case which cannot be answered without reviewing the court file. You should contact an experienced real estate lawye in your area to review your case with you.
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I agree with Mr. Deason, a review of the court file is necessary to advise you on how to proceed, and because of that none of the attorneys on this site can give you a definative answer. Although you can certainly try to represent yourself on this matter, I'd advise you to hire an attorney immediately and get him to review the file. If your claim has merit, you will need to get a motion to quash the writ in front of the judge right away.
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