Read about metadata on page 12.that is the wording they used in their notice of motion to correct metadata
the actual proposed order just says "order correcting metadata"
on this day...."that the clerk make the necessary corrections manually: change case type from OP foreclosure to a residential/traditional foreclosure"
they have known all along we are living here - OP also allows for underwater homes i realize that, but i am just surmising that the reason why there has been little info on OP is because maybe they are more commonly used for abandonment...
i would not be objecting to moving forward with traditional foreclosure - i was thinking there may be an in with objecting to the change, and attempting a motion to dismiss?
their moves seem like they are trying to clean up some mess, and it seems obvious that the court is guiding them out of it.... just wondering if there is a way to capitalize on it
I answered some other things in the post in reply to wanda robo - thanks for your interest!
Good luck to you.