Q: two days after final foreclosure judgement homeowner was prepared to pay lien in full - property tax - ??
Unpaid property tax -homeowner became aware of issue in 2019 and began paying taxes since, arrears amount needed to be paid in full - due to Covid and the death of a Trustee, money to pay has been held up in the Trust. Lien holder, township and lawyers for the defendants were aware of situation via letters confirming this from trust company. Lien holder paid lien to get house, TWO days prior to homeowner (100% equity in house) verifying lien amount to pay in full. Homeowner has been prepared to pay lien since March 16th.
A: Realistically to provide you with meaningful advice and determine what your options are more information and an in person consultation will be necessary. I am not a legal malpractice attorney, so I cannot comment in that area of the law. However, my practice includes, but is not limited to mortgage foreclosure defense, including tax lien foreclosure and negotiation, and bankruptcy. You need to act fast to consult with an attorney who can tell you what your options are in a realistic fashion, but more facts are required to know that. Good luck.
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