Yes, if one got the loan after foreclosure proceedings began.
When banks make credit decisions, they want to consider as much up-to-date information as possible. If a foreclosure is coming up but is not on the credit report, the bank may grant the loan. Once the foreclosure shows up on the report, the bank will conduct due diligence and see if they would have granted the loan knowing about the foreclosure. Most banks would not and will call the loan, making you responsible for paying immediately.
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Yes. That is what a foreclosure is all about.
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If the lender's failure to obey a court order is serious enough to cause the foreclosure to be defective then you could ask the court to dismiss the action. However, you should seek the advice of an attorney or a local legal aid agency who could review the proceeding.
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if you are not in a 'right to work' state and they have cause, yes they can.
30 days generally will not cause a foreclosure. If the debt continues to be 30 days in arrears over months are foreclosure will happen at some point.
You can't "beat" foreclosure. You can talk to the lender and try to work out some kind of repayment plan that will cause them to halt the foreclosure proceedings. You can also stall the process by filing for bankruptcy, but at the end of that you're still going to lose the house unless you've used the time to work out a deal with the lender.