Coldfusion preFill Form checkbox

I know this is easy, but so far I have not been able to get this to work. All I want to do is preFill a checkbox in a cfform.

on my search page I have this checkbox  

<input type="checkbox" name="foreclosure" value="yes">Foreclosure

and when I submit the form to the action page "results" page, I have the same search form there so you can filter results/adjust search query. I want to preFill the checkbox above.

This is what I tried and it doesnt work:

<cfif IsDefined("url.Foreclosure") and len(trim(url.Foreclosure))>
  <cfset form.Foreclosure = url.Foreclosure>

<!---form prefill Foreclosure--->
<cfif isDefined("Form.Foreclosure")>
  <cfset CLIENT.Foreclosure = Form.Foreclosure>
  <cfset prefillForeclosure = Form.Foreclosure>
  <cfelseif isDefined("CLIENT.lastForeclosure")>
  <cfset prefillForeclosure = CLIENT.lastForeclosure>
  <cfset prefillForeclosure = " ">

Can someone tell me where I went wrong?
Thanks! any help is appreciated.
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Don't know what all that stuff is with the client variable and such, I would remove it.
All you want to do is set the checked attribute if the variable is yes

<input type="checkbox" name="foreclosure" value="yes" <cfif form.foreclosure is "yes">checked</cfif> >Foreclosure

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Bang-O-MaticAuthor Commented:
Works perfect....Thank you!!
(no points...)

> <cfif IsDefined("url.Foreclosure") and len(trim(url.Foreclosure))>
>  <cfset form.Foreclosure = url.Foreclosure>

Nothing to do with your question, but ... is there a reason you need use both the URL and FORM scope? If both pages are search forms (only), just use <form method="GET"...> on both. Then there's no need to copy stuff from the URL to FORM scope.
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