SB 827, introduced by state Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge) and signed into law in 2011, authorized Los Angeles County to mail a notice when a property goes into a default or foreclosure, giving the owner time if they wish to contact a lawyer or seek counseling to discuss any rights they may have.
“Foreclosures continue to be a widespread problem in Los Angeles County,” Liu said in a statement. “This program provides more warning to residents and gives them information about resources for help.”
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