Though laws may vary on a state by state basis, in general, the buyer of a property that has been through foreclosure has numerous defenses available to assure their continued ownership.
- The alleged deficiency in the foreclosure process may not be accurate.
- The alleged deficiency in the foreclosure process may not have harmed the previous owner.
- The foreclosure judgment is a final court order. It is likely too late for a technical objection to the foreclosure process to be raised by the previous owner.
- Because the new owner purchased in good faith, they may be protected under the law.
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