My question involves an eviction in the state of: WA
In the summer of 2005, my family was evicted from a mobile home we owned but rented the land it was on. A few years later, we found out it had been sold to someone without any signatures from the proper owners of the property, which would be my aunt and my mother. We have found documents in public records that list my aunt and mom on an Excise Affidavit. The first Excise Affidavit, dated in February 2006, has my aunt and my mother listed as the registered owners, and the new "buyers" as the legal owners. It has a person named O'Donnell listed at the Grantor/Agent but the name is no where else in any of the documents. The second Excise Affidavit has the name of the mobile home park we were renting land from, listed as the registered owner, and the signature of the present buyers of the property as the Grantor/Agent, which is neither my aunt nor my mother.
The Snohomish County Assessor public records on their website says that in February of 2006, my aunt and mother sold the home to the new buyers for $30,000, but we did not. Then in May of 2006 it claims the mobile home park where the home is located, bought it from us, for nothing, then turned around and sold it to the new buyers for nothing. My aunt nor my mother never signed any sort of document approving the sale. If any signatures are present on the deed for the property or any other documents approving the sale that claim to be my aunt or my mom's signatures, but are forged, do we have any right to the property still? Does it mean we still legally own the property because the documents were forged? Do we have grounds to sue the mobile home park for the money for the sale too and have the right to inhabit the home?