Obviously, as pointed out above - this isn't legal advice.
Hi all. As I have posted, I have been in a legal battle with Litton for a period of years.
Recently a Federal Judge sort of insisted that Litton's lawyers convey that a work-out should be the solution. Litton has sent a modification workout which I have filled out and returned.
A hearing on the matter was scheduled for today, but their lawyers asked for a continuance until Litton had more time to review the workout.
How long did the court give them? Rarely will a continuance order not have an actual number of days to comply.
This afternoon I received a phone call from a company that stated Litton had hired them to come and do an interior inspection of the property ASAP, which he stated he would be at my house tomorrow afternoon, July 17.
Has anyone else had this happen so abruptly, and also is this normal in a modification.
I will call a lawyer at legal aide tomorrow as they are closed now.
I have been an avid reader of this forum, and many of you are smarter than me have really helped with my battles. For that I thank you, but this new wrinkle has thrown me for a loop.
Technically, and again this isn't legal advice, but no one from Litton or any company they contract with should be in contact with you because you're represented by counsel.
Their rationale may be to determine if the property is still worth what it was when the loan was originated, but call the person back and tell them to contact your attorney - that you won't make any decisions without counsel and any communication must go through your attorney.