Where and When do Foreclosure Sales Take Place in Delaware?

All Delaware foreclosures take place after a lender has a filed a lawsuit against a borrower in state court. State law requires that notice of the foreclosure be posted on the property and that the sale take place 14 days or more after that notice is posted. The exact date and time is determined on an individual basis.

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