A Texas couple recently filed a lawsuit against EMC Mortgage Company for clearing out their house of all belongings, including family heirlooms and food that was in the pantry, while they were away.
When the family returned home they immediately thought they had been robbed.
The family had purchased the home while it was going into foreclosure back in May of 2008. It appears that the foreclosure process was never stopped.
EMC Mortgage Corp was the mortgage holder on the property from the previous owner. They hired a local company to go and seize all personal property in the house. They also drilled out locks during the process. The seized belongings were said to be given to local thrift stores but the family has not had any luck finding them. They are now suing for the lost property plus compensatory damages.
The bank could not be reached by phone by the attorneys on both sides have been talking and they are now trying to determine whether the bank ordered just the locks to be drilled and if possibly the family's property was removed illegally on behalf of the company asked to drill the locks.
This story was published in the area's local news.
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