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Fannie Mae Eviction Expungement

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I had a mortgage foreclosure back in 2013. I had vacated the property and found out months later that Fannie Mae filed an eviction against me. They got a default judgement (I never recall being served). I contacted the local lawyer who represented them and he said he would not contest if I filed an Expungement. I did that back in early 2015, or so I thought. I filed a “Notice of Motion and Motion For Expungement of Address Eviction Record”. The clerk never gave me a court date or mailed anything (so I missed it) and I never served Fannie Mae so it was a waste. I contacted the lawyer again that represented them and he no longer works for Fannie Mae so he wasn’t much help.

Basically, I need guidance into the filing again and whatever process I need to do to serve them and get a new hearing.

Thanks!

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How many times does one have to get served before one cannot remember whether one was served over one particular matter vs. another?

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