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Can a home with 10 acres be taken in a lawsuit?

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2005-11-28 16:10:09
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What property can be seized or sold depends upon the laws of the state in which the debtor resides and/or owns property. In most cases a primary residence is protected by the state's homestead exemption or by state laws prohibiting a forced sale. Some states do have specified amounts of acreage that can be protected, a few states have laws that allow the debtor unlimited homestead property size and value. Contacting the clerk of the circuit court in the city or county where the debtor lives or owns property can help obtain information pertaining to individual circumstances.

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