Better that ReconTrust review the BK submission to determine a valid and timely filing (BK must have been filed before the trustee sale to “delay”). Lenders have been presented with more than a few bogus BK filings just to delay sales, hence that verification is important. The vetting process should take a day or two at most. And I would stay “on” ReconTrust and push them to get you the trustee’s deed upon sale ASAP. They have your checks and hence you’ve every right to push them for a prompt resolution. The “two weeks” sounds like a standard answer they give whenever a file has been handed off to their legal dept for review. Unfortunately, you may get the “talk to the hand” treatment until “legal” is done. Unfortunately, what should take one day (vetting a valid & timely BK filing) can stretch to a timeline that’s beyond reason.?
As you know, it would be better to receive and record the TDUS within?15 calendar days of the trustee sale (as that “prefects the sale” as of the date of the auction). If the BK filing was late (just after the sale) you stand a better chance of the sale standing if you record within 15 calendar days. That said, a late TDUS filing is not rare and remains perfectly valid.
If the sale does get rescinded due to BK, you can follow the BK filing/process on PACER … a subscription service w a reasonable “per page view” fee.