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TAKE A STAND AGAINST THE BANKS…9/11/2010
April 28, 2010
ENOUGH is ENOUGH!
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Thompson v. JPMorgan Chase Bank | 1st Cir – The bank … had an obligation under paragraph 22 to provide notice and, under Pinti, to make anything it did say accurate and avoid potential deception
The Bank of New York Mellon v. Horner | CA 4DCA- Foreclosure Sale Valid Even if Party Purporting to Be Beneficiary Wasn’t
US Bank National Association v. Bank of America, NA, Court of Appeals, 2nd Cir | Plaintiff-Trustee notified Bank of America that it had violated Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement “MLPA” Representation No. 8 and demanded that Bank of America cure the violation or repurchase the Loan, as provided in the MLPA. Bank of America did not do so.
Former Fannie Mae employee found guilty of making millions on shady foreclosure sales
TFH 2/17/19 | Special Robo-Signer Exclusive Expose (January 12, 2014 Rebroadcast)
Attorney Mark Stopa says he never wants to practice law again but the Florida Bar won’t let him retire
McGreevey wins: Veteran who alleged illegal foreclosure gets $125,000 settlement
Venezia v. JP MORGAN MORTGAGE ACQUISITION CORP | FL 4DCA – Because the voluntary dismissal rendered appellants the prevailing party for purposes of attorney’s fees, we reverse.
Roussell v. BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON | FL 4DCA- AFFIDAVIT CHAOS, there is a conflict between the printout and the affidavit regarding the entity from whom Nationstar acquired the loan for servicing. A notation on the printout indicated that Nationstar acquired the loan from Specialized Loan Servicing, while the affidavit stated that Nationstar acquired the loan from Green Tree Servicing.
Grosso v. HSBC BANK USA, NA | FL 4DCA- We reverse because the voluntary dismissal rendered the homeowner the prevailing party for purposes of attorney’s fees.
TFH 2/10 | Featuring Professor John Campbell Revealing the Behind the Scenes Causes of the Mortgage Crisis in America
Justice Department Obtains $750,000 From PHH Mortgage Corp. for Unlawfully Foreclosing on Servicemembers’ Homes
Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Settlement Of Civil Fraud Claims Against Law Firm Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates, P.C., And Two Affiliates For Inflating Foreclosure- And Eviction-Related Expenses
In a Case of First Impression, the Ninth Circuit Begins to Unravel the Mystery of When a Claim to Enforce a Rescission Request under TILA May be Time-Barred
Floyd v. Bank of America, NA, | FL 5DCA- she is entitled to attorneys’ fees under section 57.105(7), Florida Statutes (2018), because she prevailed below by proving that while Appellee had standing at the time of trial, it lacked standing at the inception of the foreclosure suit.
TFH 2/3 | 10 Ways Courts Could Easily Reduce Otherwise Increasing Residential Foreclosure Case Backlogs by More Than 95% While Protecting Homeowners at the Same Time — Are Any Judge’s Listening? (Rebroadcast from 7/2/17)
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