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What does barred by foreclosure mean?

Asked by Trulia Orlando, Orlando, FL Wed Dec 5, 2012

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When a foreclosure is conducted according to law, the debtor's right of redemption is forever barred by the foreclosure. That means the debtor has lost the title to the property and the lender is the new owner. That phrase is also used when a municipality takes possession of a property for non-payment of real estate taxes through a judicial process. The final court decree in a tax title case forever bars the delinquent owner's right of redemption by reason of the tax
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Benard excellent answer! Precise and to the point!
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You may want to contact the party presenting this information and get their interpretation. What was the context of the information presented?
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