No More Than 10 Can Attend: Texas Executive Order Effectively Halts Public Foreclosure Sales

There is no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a swift and large-scale shift in the way real property transactions take place from “business as usual” to a state of limbo in most of the 50 states. In Texas, commercial real estate lenders and creditors have recently found themselves to be no exception when it comes to carrying out foreclosure sales. Executive Order GA-28 is changing, if not outright preventing, a valid foreclosure sale from taking place in Texas—at least for the time being.

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