If a plaintiff had an injunction to prevent forecosure but lost the case to the bank, upon appeall is the injunction stll valid?

Asked on March 22, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Massachusetts


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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

If a borrower appealed an adverse decision with respect to a foreclosure upon his or her home at the trial level and then appeals, the appeal under the laws of all states in this country keeps the status quo with respect to the matter intact. Meaning, the request for an injunction is denied but the lender cannot foreclose.

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