I filed a motion to dismiss a foreclosure based on fraud on behalf of Ocwen. The bank gave their answer which was strictly based on me not having the right to file the motion because am not the mortgage holder. (I bought the property and received title to it thru a drug forfeiture auction but it was subject to the mortgage lien). Anyway, I had previously gone to court to stop the sheriff sale and the sheriff sale was postponed for 2 months. At the hearing though, the judge told me to orally request a motion to intervene which he granted on the spot. I filed this motion to dismiss prior to the new sheriff sale date, but the bank went ahead and bought the property at the sheriff sale. I then filed a petition to vacate the sheriff sale which has not been decided yet.
I just received a denial of the motion to dismiss based on "improper form". I guess in looking at what I submitted and what the plantiff submitted as a proposed order, mine was procedurally incorrect.
What do I do now? Can I just resubmit the motion?
This is in Philadelphia court.