Your facts are a little unclear as to what is going on here. Please clarify why there are 2 promissory notes and explain why you think they have it backwards. What is the property involved and who is the creditor?
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I agree that your description is too vague to answer. However, a consultation with an attorney usually doesn't cost that much (some will take a look for free). With your short timeline, you need to get an attorney to look at this ASAP.Ask a similar question