So sick of hearing these stories. Banks should not be allowed to toss out someone's belongings. Yes they own the house, but not everything in it. They should be able to remove the items but they don't own them. But of course our politicians would rather litigate the smallest of things before anything that could impact innocent people's lives.
This is not to mention the massive scale on which stories like this are occurring. All because of not enough regulation and accountability. Just makes me sick.
This. Even if it were a legitimate foreclosure, it's only repossessing the house, not the things inside. How are they allowed to throw away people's possessions? That's the stupidest part here. If the things had just been taken someplace and stored, this would be a lot easier to sort out. She'd still be due some compensation, but not nearly as much, it wouldn't be as bad. I don't see how taking someone's things is legal in any capacity.