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Does a voided judgment establish quiet title relief and result in a sale to a bona fide purchaser?

Deutsche Bank National Trust v. Pyle Facts: A property owner obtains a mortgage secured by a trust deed on their property. The owner later defaults on the mortgage. The property is sold at a trustee’s sale and a trustee’s deed is recorded. The owner files a court action to set aside the trustee’s deed and obtains a default judgment. The mortgage holder then obtains a judgment to void the owner’s default judgment. During the mortgage holder’s court action, the owner sells the property to a buyer without disclosing the actions affecting title to the property. Claim: The mortgage holder...

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