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RODNEY TRAVIS v. JEFFREY B. FISHER, et al., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES

Appellant Rodney Travis challenges the validity of a foreclosure sale conducted by Appellees Jeffrey B. Fisher, Martin S. Goldberg, Virginia S. Inzer, William K. Smart, and Carletta Grier (collectively, Appellees or Substitute Trustees) and ratified by the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County. We hold that Travis defaulted on his loan, failed to satisfy his debt, and failed to present any evidence to call into question the validity of the sale. Nor was he entitled to a jury trial at his hearing on a foreclosure proceeding in 2012. Moreover, Travis signed a Consent Order in which he agreed that the Substitute Trustees had the authority to conduct a foreclosure sale if he failed to satisfy his debt. We affirm.

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