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Results of SC Chief Justice actions

  Most of you have probably heard about the SC Chief Justice's Actions per foreclosures in South Carolina.   This is the link to the Businessweek article if you are interested: http://ow.ly/4MV1A 

This is going to affect the volume of properties in the foreclosure sale by reducing them, but I am not sure how much yet.  As I have mentioned to many of you before, the volume was about to swing up considerably as the "Auto-Signer" fiasco had finally cleared.  This is going to counteract that and hold the foreclosures at a lower number for the next month or so.

Attached below is a copy of the FAQ associated with Foreclosures direcly from Judge Cooper's Master in Equity Website.  This should apply universally to foreclosures in Spartanburg, Greenville, and other counties in SC.

Feel free to contact me (Or better yet them) with any questions you have.

 

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER DATED MAY 2, 2011

What is the purpose of the Order?

The main purpose of Chief Justice’s Order is to insure communication between the mortgagor 

(debtor) and the mortgagee (lender) during the foreclosure process so that any and options relating to 

refinancing, modification or programs can be explored. 

What parties are subject to the Order?

1. Mortgagor is every owner, mortgagor and debtor under the note and mortgage being 

foreclosed.

2. Mortgagee is the owner and holder of the note and mortgage, servicer or any other party 

seeking to foreclose the mortgage.

What property is subject to the Order?

The Order applies only to OWNER-OCCUPIED DWELLINGS.

When does the Order take effect?

1. Actions pending on May 9, 2011.

a. If the case has had a final hearing on the merits and not gone to foreclosure sale, 

the case is subject to Paragraphs B (1) (a) through (e) of the Order.

b. If the case has not had a final hearing on the merits, the case is subject to 

Paragraphs B (1) (a) through (e) of the Order.

c. The properties sold on May 2, 2011 and the re-bids from the May 2, 2011 sale are 

not subject to the Order and may proceed. 

2. Actions filed after May 9, 2011.

The foreclosure actions must comply with Paragraphs B(1) (a) through (e) and Paragraph 

B(2)of the Order.

What happens if agreement is reached between the mortgagor and mortgagee?

1. In the event and agreement is reached it shall be but in writing and served on all parties to 

the action.

2. If an agreement is reached, the action will be stayed for 90 days following the entry of the 

agreement.

3. If the mortgagor (debtor) fails to comply with the terms of the agreement before the 

expiration of the 90 days, the lender shall file and “Notice of Breach of Agreement” after 

which the foreclosure action may continue.

4. If the mortgagor is in compliance with the agreement after the 90 days, the lender shall 

promptly file the notice of dismissal without prejudice. and serve the notice on all parties.