Q: I just lost my home in New Mexico due to foreclosure sale few days ago. Can I file bankruptcy in order to keep my home?
But if it too late, what should I do next? I live in California but my home is in New Mexico. The people who rented my home got enviction note to leave the property by September 2. I really want to keep this home. It there a way to do it?
A: Was the foreclosure wrongful? If so, you may be able to appeal the decision or sue for wrongful foreclosure. As for bankruptcy, there are various options, including possibly Chapter 13, but you should see if you qualify by discussing this with a bankruptcy lawyer. See: http://www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/bankruptcy-basics/chapter-13-bankruptcy-basics
As for your duties as a landlord in NM, contact a NM lawyer.
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