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Property rights extinguished at foreclosure (access required)

The district court erred by relying on federal law to find the plaintiffs had a cognizable interest in their recently sold home. Under Virginia law, their property rights were extinguished once their home was sold at a foreclosure auction, therefore, their due process claim could not survive summary judgment. Background James and Tamara Epperson and their children ...