We never received a foreclosure notice and the property has been bought, what are my rights.
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Under Arizona law, a home can only be foreclosed upon by trustee sale if the homeowner was given a letter sent by certified mail giving the homeowner a 90-day notice of the trustee sale. If notice was never given to your mother, than the trustee sale should not have taken place. I recommend that you speak to a local real estate attorney who can speak to the foreclosure attorneys to determine if the trustee sale was legally conducted, and to advise you of your mother's options. If the trustee sale was legally conducted, then you will need to vacate the property. You need to act quickly and contact a real estate attorney to see if there is any opportunity to rescind or "undo" the trustee sale that took place.