Anna Ramirez has a right to be a bit peeved. Recently, her family (including her husband, daughter and grand children) was thrown on the street with little warning and her house auctioned off at a fraction of what she paid for it. It turns out that foreclosure was a mistake the clerk’s office and sheriffs were sent to kick out Ramirez and throw her things and family into the street.
The bank sold the house for $87,000 — Ramirez paid $260,000.
They were given just three hours to get out of the house and spent days getting a court order to return to the house. This should make for an interesting torts lawsuit when you include the embarrassment and emotional distress caused by the utter negligence.
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