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judicial foreclosure noun

for a court to confirm that a debtor has not paid back a loan as agreed and to order the auction of the debtor's property, especially property used as security for the loan, to raise funds to pay back the creditor; the judicial process required to do this
In California, a creditor may commence both a judicial foreclosure and a nonjudicial power of sale.

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