Woodland, CA asked in Real Estate Law and Small Claims for California

Q: We foreclosed on 4/30/20 on the people to whom we sold our house. They won't move out. What are the laws re eviction?

We gave them a whole year to catch up on their mortgage payments because of numerous lies they told us and we really did not want to foreclose on anyone. They did not pay property taxes or insurance either so we had to do so. We want to seek reimbursement for these costs foreclosure costs, court costs and attorney fees if we need to hire one. We also want reimbursement for property they stole from the home and sold after we foreclosed. These items were antiques they knew were supposed to stay with the home which is a circa 1810 log cabin. Which laws would apply to this situation? Any suggestions for an attorney for this Superior Court case? The cabin is in ST. David AZ

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Nathan Wirtschafter
Nathan Wirtschafter
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