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Tuesday, July 17, 2012


James Oliver

Than you! This is a great read and a great find!

Jeff White

There are actually non-judicial foreclosures that happened in the status quo. The rights of the people should be given to them. Others chose to keep silent because they cannot afford to pay the Lawyer's fees. There is possibility of selling the title of the house and lot after the proceedings and transferred the responsibility to the purchasers.

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