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Ruling adjusts homeowner rights after foreclosure

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According to the Arizona Daily Star, a new ruling permits Arizona citizens who lose title to their homes in foreclosure actions to legally stay in the homes while they appeal.

The judges said title to the property and eviction are two separate legal issues, ruling property owners are entitled to the same protections as tenants who appeal an eviction in a landlord-tenant dispute.

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