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To: DeaconBenjamin
The Lesson:

Stay in the house until they throw you out.

3 posted on 01/12/2013 11:24:10 AM PST by arthurus (Read Hazlitt's Economics In One Lesson ONLINE www.fee.org/library/books/economics-in-one-lesson)
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To: arthurus

Indeed, stay in the house until the eviction notice comes. Pay your taxes an utilities and keep the place liveable. It’s cheap rent.


4 posted on 01/12/2013 11:31:42 AM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: arthurus
The Lesson:

Stay in the house until they throw you out.


That would be Step No. 1. Step No. 2 would be filing a deed conveying the property back to the foreclosing entity with the county recorder the day after you vacate. Step No. 3 is sending certified copies of said deed to the county and school tax authorities, as well as any municipality and/or homeowners associations that may be involved.

Once the foreclosing entity starts getting invoices for ad valorem taxes and maintenance liens from the city and HOA, you'll have their attention. ;-)
12 posted on 01/12/2013 2:02:42 PM PST by Milton Miteybad (I am Jim Thompson. {Really.})
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To: arthurus

Yes, agreed and with the other poster too. Pay the taxes, the utilities, just not the mortgage.

Who would do otherwise after reading this story?


19 posted on 01/13/2013 7:11:30 PM PST by jocon307
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