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Discussion in 'Foreclosure, Repossession, Auctions, Short Sales' started by kplawin1, Apr 6, 2009.

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  1. kplawin1

    kplawin1 Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My jurisdiction is: CA

    I purchased a mobile home a few years back. There was no bank or lender involved. I pay the sellers an amount direclty to them each month, but, there was an Escrow company involved. Due to the economy I can no longer keep up with the Space rent and the mortgage payments. I will be laid off in a few months due to company closure as well. What can I do now? I have emailed the sellers this morning, but, no response yet. I do have a security agreement that was signed by all parties, that states that they can sue for total amount, if i can no longer pay. Can they really sue, and what would be the point to that, if i cant pay the mortgage, how could i pay if they sued me? Please HELP!!!!
     
  2. Theresagail

    Theresagail New Member

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    Well if you signed a contract, they can sue you -- however getting a judgement against you and getting $$ are two different things-- If you have no assets or $$ then you just dont-- they will have a hard time getting paid back--

    I am sure they will reconize this-- I would suggest meeting w. these folks and work out a plan so you may be able to stay there( if you want) until things pick up-- If all else fails you could file bankruptcy as a last resort too.
     

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