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18-Year-Old ‘Foreclosure By Entry’ Upends Condo Ownership

Recent Mass. Land Court Ruling Shows Importance Of Title Insurance For Investors

Many of us are too familiar with the public spectacle of a real estate foreclosure auction. Following weeks of published notices, an auctioneer appears at the property and displays a red flag, onlookers gather, bidders are qualified, announcements are made, and the bidding proceeds. But not all foreclosures follow this ritual, as a real estate investor learned from a recent Land Court judgment.

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