Post-foreclosure evictions are not normal evictions and require specific expertise. In a post-foreclosure eviction, the defendant can challenge your ownership. A defendant challenges your ownership by alleging that the foreclosing entity failed to strictly comply with the power of sale, and therefore the sale on which your title rests was defective. If the defendant is successful, the court could strip you of your ownership. It is important to have an attorney well versed in this field as title insurance companies and foreclosing entities are slow to offer any assistance. Downing Van Dyke has years of experience representing condominium associations and cooperative boards. We draft condo and co-op documentation, enforce rules and by laws and represent associations and boards in court.