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  • You think you got it bad - They foreclosed on the wrong house

    They foreclosed on the wrong house - Saturday, Jan. 2, 2010 | 2 a.m. - Las Vegas Sun
    A neighboring property was going into foreclosure, but her condo was cleaned out. A new law might help.

    A Las Vegas woman whose condo was mistakenly emptied in a bungled foreclosure action could be the first person to benefit from a new state law.

    Part-time photographer Nilly Mauck, a 31-year-old student at the College of Southern Nevada, had left Las Vegas in mid-December for a snowboarding trip to Utah and returned to stay with a friend for a few days when she received a disturbing phone call. Something was amiss at the Coronado Palms condominium on Badura Avenue that she had owned for the past two years.

    She raced to her three-bedroom, two-bathroom ground-floor unit to discover the only things left in her condo were a curtain rod and a satellite dish. She said her couch, bed, dining room set, computer, clothes, pots and pans were gone. So, too, were her financial and medical documents, immigration papers from the Philippines, her father’s military records and photographs of her family, she said.
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    Banks have so many foreclosers to handle they're getting all mixed up. Banks are also short handed. They should hire more people to do work for them so big mistakes like this won't happen again. Then again this lady now got some big bucks in her pocket if she sues which she probably will.
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