It already went to a tax sale but we have 3 years to claim the home and pay the taxes and penalties.
answered on Feb 25, 2023
It depends on the specific laws and regulations in your jurisdiction. In some cases, if one person pays the taxes and penalties owed, they may be able to claim ownership of the property. However, in other cases, all owners may need to agree to any changes in ownership or to the payment of taxes and... Read more »
In 2012 I fell behind on mobile home loan and was told if not caught up It would be repossessed. I immediately caught it up but they said judgement would stay for the remaining loan term and i didnt need to go in every 3 years like before when loan matured. It was financed for 12 years only the... Read more »
answered on Feb 22, 2023
You have a lot of information and most people who want to provide you an informed answer would like to see a copy of the original judgment and when it was recorded as well as a copy of the "renewed" judgment and when it was recorded to see if the process for revival of a judgment was done... Read more »
He lives in the home. We are both listed on the deed to the home but I am on the mortgage alone. If he files chapter 13 bankruptcy and includes the home, would this stop the upcoming sale and foreclosure? If Ch. 13 temporarily stops the sale, what are the steps he should then take to keep the... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2022
When a Ch. 13 case is filed, there is both an immediate automatic stay prohibiting creditors to proceed against the debtor and/or his assets, and importantly, there is also an automatic "co-debtor stay" to prohibit creditor actions against other non-bankrupts who are jointly liable with... Read more »
They evicted us during the cares act protection. They forced us to move in a home with no roof and no heat with four children 4 year old boy with ADHD and a hearing problem, 7 year old girl who was distraught and cried, a 14-year-old who also had a very rough time with this and a 17 year old who... Read more »
answered on Mar 17, 2021
Your only chance of saving your property is if you retain an experienced LA mortgage foreclosure defense and bankruptcy attorney. Unfortunately, there is no basis to file a lawsuit against the mortgage company based on your stated facts. THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE! YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY... Read more »
District of Louisiana is a federal trial court based in New Orleans Chief Nannette Jolivette Brown appeals to fifth circuit U. S. Attorney Peter G. stressed Approved Granting motions case #18-9296 sect. S Mag 4 filed by Pro Se representatives And plaintiffs Isaac Williams Jr. And Wife Trina... Read more »
I used to live with my mom (parents never married) and my mom died when I was 10. The house I used to live in was just me and my mom and I think my late grandfather MAY have been Co owner. I moved in with my dad till the age of 18. My uncle (grandfather's 1st wife's son), moved into the... Read more »
answered on Dec 6, 2018
Call or go to the mortgage and conveyance office for the parish in which the house was located and find out who does own it. If your Mom or grandfather was an owner, then you need to hire a succession attorney.
I was fighting citi mortgage for over 5 years with a dispute in my modification sign contract, the contract states in full detail that I had a full year before their could Do any changes to my sign contact . Before a month was up they raise it, I refuse to pay it, and they foreclosed and we went to... Read more »
answered on Jun 8, 2018
If the bank is attempting to foreclose on your house, you need to get an attorney as soon as possible. Let the lawyer know that what the bank has filed is not a complete copy of the agreement, and they will address that issue for you. if you can't afford an attorney, contact your local Legal... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2016
You must file your bankruptcy before the sheriff's sale if you are trying to save your home. Louisiana does not really have a right of redemption once the house is sold at sheriff's sale (it exists but only if the bank is the purchaser and there are some unusual additional... Read more »
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