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2007-05-27 05:09:30

The acceleration clause may trigger immediate payment of the entire loan (or a higher interest), plus penalties, or a notice and cure (grace) period; failing to pay quickly, the mortgage will be foreclosed, meaning that the mobile home and the land it sits on will be seized and may be sold at auction; after which you may still owe any amount of the loan that was not covered by the sale at auction. Your house (and all of your other possessions and potential income) could then have a lien or attachment placed on it for new security on the repayment as the lender sues you for the payment of the original loan and penalties from not keeping up the agreed payments.

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