(a) to get the property back; - its bad news I am afraid. The property has been repossessed so you can't get it back unless the lender allows you to. This is because they formally have possession.
(b) prevent it being sold too cheaply; - They will have to market it. You can't stop it being sold below market value, ie at an auction, but they have a duty to obtain the best price possible. That may be at or below market value.
(c) obtain any compensation if it is sold? - You are not entitled to compensation. There was a Court order for possession, you applied to suspend and failed to do so. Therefore you are not entitled to possession. If there is any balance from the proceeds after the mortgage has been applied and legal costs, you are entitled to that.
I am sorry if this is not necessarily the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest
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