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Jeanne M. Hannah

Amy, that is a really good question. The article said that some of these laws allowing HOA to foreclose do not require judicial procedures, so that would likely explain why the service member wasn't protected by SCRA. Here is a link to an excellent explanation of the Servicemember's Civil Relief Act. Although written for judges, it's helpful to lawyers and laypeople alike. http://tinyurl.com/29umagf

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Andrea Cross

I wonder -- why wasn't this military personnel protected by the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act?

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