Sparing all irrevelant details, I have a foreclosure sale scheduled tomorrow. Several months ago, I sold my home, or rather contracted to sell. The buyers have been having annoing difficulties with their bank. We are now scheduled to close next week. Since that was to take place after the scheduled sale, I got some money from a family member and paid the "reinstatement" amount obtained from the plaintiff attorney. They gave me this amount in writing. I took them certified funds on Friday. Today, I checked with the court, and the sale is still scheduled. I contacted the plaintiff attorney again, and they said that in paragraph 6 of the judgement, it states that the sale will not take place if their representitive does not attend. (It does indeed say this) His claim is that they do not go to the expense of cancelling the sale, they simply do not attend, thus the sale cannot happen. Needless to say, I am WAY concerned. Should I be? If they go through, is this actionable? Can someone advise?