French foreclosure process

3d white people judgeIntroduction to the french foreclosure process : affidavits and preliminary judgments.

The foreclosure process involves affidavits.
Affidavits are named “Commandement de payer valant saisie” and consists in a document in which the court bailiff attests to a set of facts.
Foreclosure affidavits typically involve the mortgage holder confirming that the foreclosure is valid specifically, and that he has a right to foreclose because the mortgagee has defaulted on the mortgage.

Here under are the topics reviewed under the french foreclosure process chapter :
– What exactly is a preliminary judgement ?
– How affidavits work ?
– How can I challenge an affidavit ?
– What happens next ?


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