Foreclosure

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Question: what is the time line for eviction. does it ever go thru a court before the sheriff comes knocking? I still have the title to the land, the warranty deed.

Answer: A person has 90 days after receiving the notice of trustee sale, if the notice of sale has been properly recorded. Notice must be recorded in the county recorder’s office (ARS 33-807). During the foreclosure process, a Notice of Trustee Sale will be sent to the property. This paper will provide the date and time of the trustee sale. After the Trustee's Sale, the home belongs to the lender or the person who bought it at the sale. You may want to contact an attorney for what options you may have.

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