Randolph, NJ asked in Consumer Law, Foreclosure and Real Estate Law for New Jersey

Q: A bank that doesn't own my Mortgage Note got a Writ of Execution for a Sheriff Sale. How can I challenge the Writ?

3 Lawyer Answers
Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer
Answered
  • Foreclosure Defense Lawyer
  • Clifton, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Mortgages are negotiable instruments that can be freely bought and sold, without your consent. To determine what your options are, you really need to retain an experienced mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Choosing a cheap attorney can often lead to expensive mistakes and/or irreparable harm, so just save yourself some aggravation and money by picking the best attorney you can afford. Never forget that a cheap lawyer is rarely ever good and a good attorney is rarely if ever cheap.

Morris Leo Greb
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Morris Leo Greb
Answered
  • Rockaway, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Speak to an attorney familiare with foreclosure procedures. You must file a action to quash the writ of execution immediately.

Morris Leo Greb
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Morris Leo Greb
Answered
  • Rockaway, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

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