Selling property after a receiver has been appointed by a county

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I'm trying to figure out what the owner of a property in California can do after a judge has appointed a receiver to the property.  If the owner tries to sell the property, could the county sue the property owner for interference or something else?

Anyone knowledgeable about this issue is welcome to share and is appreciated.

Updated almost 3 years ago

Correction: If a judge rules for the county to appoint a receiver, can the property be sold or could this be considered interference and the owner sued for this?

You need a CA attorney.  Any thing we tell you, other than it’s not a good idea, would be speculation.....we don’t know the specifics of your situation and if we did, same to a attorney.