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KASS: Judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, defined (access required)

Q:     What is the difference between a judicial and a non-judicial foreclosure? Harold.   A:       The short answer is that a judicial foreclosure requires a judge to review the facts, provide the homeowner an opportunity to present defenses, and then the court decides whether to authorize the sale. In a non-judicial foreclosure, the lender can just advertise ...

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