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If you simply purchased the property after it was taken back in foreclosure, it sounds like simple neglect on the part of the lender from whom you purchased the property. Sadly, this happens a lot...often when 2nd trusts are paid off. The advice to contact the attorney or settlement officer who handled the transaction is excellent. But I would also contact the lender directly and if you are "stone-walled" I would contact the agency in your state that regulates the lending industry. Be sure you have all of your paperwork from the purchase. Finally, if you can demonstrate that you suffered a significant loss due to your inability to sell the property, there may be a cause for legal action.
Complex question, simple answer: Lawyer up.
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