In Texas, for example, a man was forced to pay nearly $300,000 after his landlord sued him to evict his wife from the house that was her family’s home.
A Texas judge ruled that the man was legally entitled to his wife’s foreclosed home.
In Washington, where foreclosed homes are considered valuable property and a law protects tenants from evictions, the owner of a property can sue to recover $1.5 million in damages from a person or company who is in violation of the law.
The owner of the property, if he prevails, would be required to forfeit the property and pay to the owner a penalty, according to court documents filed with the state Supreme Court.
The owner is also required to reimburse the state of Washington, which has $1 million in a trust fund that was set up by the man.
The law also applies to private property in which the owner has sold the property to a third party.
The property owner is entitled to a judgment for the portion of the loss that is attributable to the third party and the value of the third person’s loss to the property owner.
The Washington law also covers property held by a real estate brokerage firm that is registered in Washington state.
It requires brokers to file an annual report listing their activities in Washington and states.
The real estate broker must also report its business in Washington to the Washington Department of Consumer Protection and the Washington Office of the Attorney General.
The broker must report any payments or transactions that were not properly recorded by the broker or the person to whom the payment or transaction was made.
The attorney general’s office has launched a program to track transactions involving real estate brokers, including payments and transactions with the broker.
It has also developed a program called Washington’s Legal HelpLine to help people who are facing foreclosure, including those who are in debt.
The Washington attorney general has also launched a public awareness campaign to educate people about the law, which states that it applies to real estate.
The attorney general says people can file a complaint with the court in Washington, if they believe they have been harmed.
The state attorney general is also working with the Federal Trade Commission and other state agencies to help ensure compliance with the law and to encourage banks to comply with it.