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What to do regarding a foreclosure and quiet title?

Question Details: There is a residence that I want to purchase. The owner took out a home equity line of credit and never paid a payment. The house was in foreclosure, then the foreclosure was discontinued because they couldn't serve the homeowner with the paperwork. The amount of money that is owed is more than what the house is worth. About 2 years ago, the bank filed a quiet title but it was discontinued and the bank has not made a move on the residence since. I know that the homeowner has made no payment on any money that is owed to the bank. I'm interested in this property and don't know what to do.

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