A party sold a commercial lot (2016) that had a wrap on it (loan in 2014) unbeknownst to the buyer who paid $60,000 cash for it. The lot was Grant Deeded and recorded at the County Recorder's Office. A foreclosure was filed in 2018 against the original borrower and notice of the foreclosure was given to the lot holder who contacted me for help. The original borrower filed a BK to stop the foreclosure and the Judge set up a payment program but eventually the borrower let the foreclosure happen. The owner of the commercial lot, my client, was never notified of these events until he saw a For Sale sign posted. Our intent is to cloud the title until criminal action can be filed against the seller of the lot. A Preliminary Title Report shows the commercial lot was signed off by the original owner and not by the current owner (my client). Again, until criminal action can be filed against the Seller of the lot for fraud, grand theft, failure to notify the buyer of liens, forgery of a document and cohesion with the lender and others to do a side deal (have copy of signed contract) to resale the lot to the original seller.