answered on Feb 3, 2023
After your default for 120 days, your lender or the lender's servicer may elect to send you a default notice or a letter of acceleration. Accelerating the loan means that they are calling it as fully due and payable now instead of over the regular loan term. They may also send you a 90-day... Read more »
Refinance was canceled 8 years ago, and lender was allowed to proceed with void mortgage and note in state court.
answered on Dec 28, 2022
If the state court issued a judgment of foreclosure, even if you believe that the note and mortgage were somehow void, your remedy would be to challenge that judgment in that court with a motion to reargue or an appeal to the higher state court. If you try to collaterally attack it in a bankruptcy... Read more »
answered on Dec 15, 2022
The area of law you are referring to is called Enforcement of Judgments. There are various remedies including sending information subpoenas to banks to try to locate the judgment debtor's bank account and restrain it, sending a property execution to the sheriff to levy on accounts, or an... Read more »
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