sue them for "conversion".
In California, a second loan can be recourse or non-recourse, depending on if it were originated as a cash out second or a second based on a purchase money loan. The cash out scenario (recourse) lender has the option to foreclose on the property and pay off the first lender. Not often done. If the first lender forecloses then in California the recourse (second) lender (in a cash out transaction of course) can turn that loan into a personal debt or collection.
Recourse funding is a type of loan for which collateral is placed. The difference between recourse and non-recourse funding is that in recourse funding, if the collateral sells for less than the amount left on the loan, the lender can go after other assets. In non-recourse funding, the lender would have to absorb the loss.
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