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|Posted on March 15, 2011 at 7:52 PM|
Has your home been sold in a Trustee's Sale and you've just been served with a 3-day Notice to Quit? Is there a real estate agent hounding you to sign a Move-Out Agreement? Do they look shady and aren't showing you any documentation or proof of ownership? Keep your doors shut and give us a call. If someone truly has purchased your property on the courthouse steps, their next step will be to file an Unlawful Detainer action (eviction) and then serve you with a Summons and Complaint.
If your house was auctioned in a Trustee's Sale while you were actively engaged in loan modification discussions with your lender, then you need to contact the folks at www.sueyourlenders.com.
If you have been served with a Notice to Quit, you need to contact us right away before you miss your opportunity to exert all the legal remedies available to you.
Don't hide your head in the sand! Unlawful Detainer (Eviction) actions have precedence in the court system and move very quickly. A Plaintiff that knows what they're doing can get you out within 4-6 weeks from the filing of the complaint. Contact us today and let us help you!
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