Once given notice, how does one find the amount of time there is before the writ of possession must be completed before it expires and they have to get a new one? or does it linger indefinitely?
By the way, virtually every foreclosure is a con, as well as being without authorization from a secured party (which is you) and it is confirmed that it is "uttering" if they do not present for payment the original properly transferred and properly recorded original Note and Deed of Trust together with documentation that they "are entitled to payments under this Note".
Also, generally you will find that the "attorneys" bringing the action also do not have a letter from the bank nor the only party of interest (you) to act on their behalf. They are carpetbaggers conning the ignorant judges and everyone else as well, and/or the judges make themselves a party of interest in your counter claim, whereby he/she willingly participated in uttering and fraud upon the court, racketeering, embezzlement, domestic terrorism, impersonating an officer and a dozen others.
But for us, it is for damages, defamation of character, reliance damages, pain and suffering, etc. Please read the code (until amendment 11 is repealed, though technically it is "notwithstanding" because it is unconstitutional in that it violates its obligation to enforce due process and the protections of the people), but for now we must sue them personally as the courts have determined that they no longer hold the position once they breach it and therefore are personally responsible and have no immunity, although the state can be sued if they "consent" to being sued. But there are the bonds which they must have in order to protect us from any injury as a result of the position and the one holding it.