Facing foreclosure in Utah? Start here to learn about the key features of the Utah foreclosure process. Most foreclosures in Utah are nonjudicial, meaning they don’t go through court. However, that doesn’t mean you don’t have rights along the way. Your lender must provide you with certain notices and you may be able to reinstate the loan. If you do lose your home through foreclosure in Utah, the lender may be able to sue you for the “deficiency.”
Below you can get more information about Utah foreclosure procedures and learn about Utah’s deficiency law.
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