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Subject: lien foreclosure Date: 1/24/2004 3:58 PM
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I have been trying to find this everywhere, but too no avail. I am in the process of going through a lien foreclosure and am unable to save myself. I am also finishing off a divorce that left me with the house and a lot of debt. I am curious as to what happens during a lien foreclosure. After the property is sold what happens with my mortgage. I know I could file bankruptcy, but don't really want to. I would rather have this go through and get out of my house. I am looking to start fresh and rebuild my life on my own. My main concern is my mortgage what happens to it. Do I have to pay off the balance not paid by the sale??? Am I liable for this or what is the case??? thanks...
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