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If the seller already initiated the deed in lieu process, they may not be able to stop it. It really depends on where exactly they are in the process and if the seller is willing to work with you as far as contacting their lender/foreclosure attorney to stop/delay the process.
My best advice is to get in contact with a real estate attorney who can advise you on the foreclosure process.
Allen Tate Realtors