Forgive me folks. I'm new to this, that's why I'm here.
I do have a COPY of a default judgement from May 2011. It includes additional fees and interest almost doubling the judgement amount.
My dad and i have the same name so it was delivered to his address, not mine.
This past February, I received another letter delivered by the Sheriff stating:
Execution against property
It is requested that you take the following action in this matter at your earliest convenience and return to me as provided by the laws of SC
Levy on any property for the above named defendant in your county.
We show the defendant's residence as ****insert incorrect address here ******
Please post any property of defendant, not exempt from levy and execution, for sheriff's execution sale at the courthouse as provided by law.
**This came from a lawyer's office, but I wasn't sure if it was real or a scare tactic.
I am not experienced with this stuff, but I assumed that a secured loan would satisfy both parties upon foreclosure and resale. Isn't that the risk the 2nd position mortgage holder takes?