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  • n. Someone who forecloses.


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  • Mr Blodget's example of the debt/equity issue in the forecloser market is easily understood.

    Henry Blodget: Everything's Going To Zero

  • Any bank that loaned money to persons that filled for forecloser would only recieve particle payment for loans not payed back.

    A BETTER mortgage rescue plan

  • But then it would become the world's biggest, most troubled landlord and biggest forecloser on homes.

    Pandora's Bailout

  • Laban, would have been a forecloser to all argument.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4

  • The father was respectable and tight, a mortgage fancier and a stern, upright collection-plate passer and forecloser.

    The Ransom of Red Chief

  • The federally backed loan company also will require servicers to stick to a timeline for referring loans to foreclosure, planning forecloser sales and using attorneys. - News

  • Otherwise, courts have ruled, a forecloser has no right to seize a house.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • This summer I was staying in an abandoned house due to forecloser and the real estate company has now put it on the market, and I am now on the street sleeping in my vehicle or a friend here and there.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • That was it for me, so the forecloser ball was in motion.

    Republic Broadcasting Network

  • Thus, the court's ruling imposes a burden on the forecloser to prove to the court they have any right to collect from the borrower in the first place! bankruptcy attorneys located throughout California who can assist your financial needs.

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