The final step in a foreclosure process is the Confirmation of Sale hearing. This is usually scheduled as quickly as possible after the sheriff’s sale is conducted.
Take a moment for “Bits & Bytes,” as Attorney Deanne Koll explains the process of a Confirmation of Sale Hearing and how it affects the transfer of deed to the winning bidder at a foreclosure auction.
Deanne counsels lenders and businesses on collection issues and creditors’ rights in bankruptcy. Her creditor representation includes assisting clients with commercial and residential foreclosures, replevins, workout and forbearance agreements and defending against lender liability actions.
Deanne also regularly appears in federal bankruptcy court when representing creditors. Her bankruptcy work includes drafting reaffirmation agreements, pursuing adversary actions and general pre-litigation to protect creditors’ rights.
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Disclaimer: This video is designed to be educational and informative, but it is not legal advice. Collection law is constantly evolving and subject to change. Each situation is unique, and each foreclosure should be addressed to fit the unique situation.