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Asked on: 9/05/13, 10:39 am

My HOA foreclosed on my severely upside-down house in California (90 days ago). The back is set to foreclose on the property tomorrow. I have never been served an unlawful detainer or any eviction notice.

So - what can the HOA do to me, and when the bank forecloses tomorrow, will I still have to deal with the HOA (or the bank). Clearly, I am not on title - please advise (we can move out soon).


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Answered on: 9/05/13, 2:05 pm by Anthony Roach

If you are not on title, why are you worried? Are you a tenant of a landlord who is being foreclosed on?

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