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What are surplus funds in a foreclosure?

What are surplus funds?

Surplus funds, also referred to as overage
or excess funds, are the funds remaining after a mortgage is paid through the final judgment of a foreclosure auction.

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How do I know if my child has a disability and is eligible for accommodations?

Schools must identify and evaluate students with disabilities. Parents also have a right to request that their child be evaluated for disabilities.
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What is an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)?

An IEP (Individualized Education Plan) is a document created by the child’s parent and school staff who know about the student’s needs. The document contains learning goals and resources to support a child with disabilities.

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English Learner Students with a Disability

English Learner students have the right to appropriate support services so that they can develop English language skills AND have access to learn all core curriculum for their grade level.

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Cruz Reynoso: A Life Committed to Justice

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CRLA, Inc. Executive Director Jose Padilla shared this reflection following news of the May 7, 2021 death of the Honorable Cruz Reynoso, former Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court, law professor, and CRLA Executive Director from 1969-1972.

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After Medi-Cal Denial, A Win for Uninsured El Centro Resident

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Juan D. survived a heart attack and emergency open heart surgery only to receive medical bills totaling over $300,000. Here's what Juan and CRLA did to get his medical bills covered.

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