Charters, Contracts, Deeds, and Mortgages

Sure enough, thankfully, when called this courthouse, they don’t say – we don’t look anything up, you’ll have to come do it yourself – they actually checked the records and yes, there is, indeed a mortgage filed with the deed…

now, according to her, I guess you don’t have to be given one yourself – which just doesn’t seem right to me, that you’re given a warranty deed, making it appear as if there is no problem with your ownership of your land, when in reality it’s not paid off, so means you’re still responsible for making payments, which, yes, I know you should know but shouldn’t you have something in writing stating so or isn’t just like they’re just being vultures just waiting for you to forget so they can pounce on you with the paper from the courthouse –

anyway, has the number of payments and the amount, starting and ending dates, ability to pre-pay, wish that was the issue, and condition of foreclosure being a prior lien being called in, which I thought mortgages always took precedence anyway but guess they’re at least putting that in writing but nothing about how long being in default on it before,

except taking possession for 21 days and publishing for 3 wks. but nothing about how long before can do either, but waiting on phone call from

AL Consumer Protection Attorneys

so…will see


About donnainthesouth

I'm a transplant, born up north but raised in the middle, now I'm down here where you don't see too many snowflakes; I'll probably post just about as often (here at least)
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