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Answered 2008-08-19 13:21:22

Your mortgage company does not have the right to seize anything. They do have the right to go through a legal process and sue you for the balance. They may place a lien on other property you own, choose to garnish wages or a variety of other methods to collect. They are not able to seize.

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