My question involves judgment recovery in the State of: Maryland
I have a judgement against a guy, and someone is foreclosing the rights of redemption on one of his properties that was sold at auction. my lawyer (who is technically not my lawyer anymore) got served with the notice that as an interested party, i need to respond. What do i need to do to potentially, albeit it will be unlikely, get my share of the proceeds from the tax sale? from what i can understand, there was a mortgage for $27k (not sure if that's the remaining balance, or the original loan), the house was sold for $35k, with $3k due in taxes. It will probably be a waste of time, but is my understanding of the purpose of this correct? I don't have a lien on this specific property, but i do have a judgement against him in the city where this property is. Do i just need to fill out a form, and file it with the court to respond to this?