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A foreclosure proceeding is a legal proceeding in which the secured creditor seeks to get back property that is secured by a loan. A bankruptcy can stop a foreclosure but the secured creditor has certain rights after the filing of the case.

Forelclosure proceedings are often the cause of people filing for bankruptcy.

Stay - A temporary halt to a judicial proceeding.

Stipulation - An agreement by attorneys on both sides of a civil or criminal case about some aspect of the case, to extend the time to answer, to adjourn the trial date, or to admit certain facts at the trial.

Summary Judgment - A decision made on statements and evidence presented for the record without a trial. It is used when there is no dispute as to the material facts of the case, and one party is entitled to judgment as a matter of different law. inexpensive bankruptcy attorneys,

Surety Bond - A bond to insure the executor's proper performance.

Survivorship - Another name for joint tenancy, in which one owner gains title to property because he or she has survived all other owners.

Objection to dischargeability A trustee's or creditor's objection to the debtor's being released from personal liability for certain dischargeable debts. Common reasons include allegations that the debt to be discharged was incurred by false pretenses or that debt arose because of the debtor's fraud while acting as a fiduciary. Objection to exemptions To view in Spanish click on link: Spanish

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