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Rescission Litigation: 3 days from when? 3 years from when?

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This is not a legal opinion on any person’s case. Consult with licensed legal counsel in the jurisdiction in which your property is located. 609 more words

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Stan Burman reblogged this on California Freelance Paralegal and commented:

Another good blog post from Neil Garfield on the power of rescission and he also includes some great rules that he believes should be followed.

Bank Lawyer's Seminar: Rescission Changes Everything

QUOTE FROM SEMINAR: “The bottom Line: Until 3 years have elapsed, a mortgage is only as secure as the lender’s proof of compliance with TILA.” 477 more words

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The big banks are very worried about the power of rescission after the Jesinoski v. Countrywide decision. Dorsey & Whitney, LLP a law firm representing the banks gave a recent seminar and one of the readers of Neil Garfield's blog somehow got him a copy of a PDF of the seminar presentation. This is great news for homeowners and bad news for the banks!

If Cal-Western Reconveyance LLC is closed up, then who's doing Wells Fargo's foreclosures?

Interesting blog post detailing how Cal-Western Reconveyance, LLC has now closed its location in El Cajon, California about 4 months ago and the building is now boarded up and fenced with barbed wire.That is interesting news as Cal-Western worked very closely with Wells Fargo on non-judicial foreclosures. 16 more words

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California Court of Appeal ruling on the Homeowner’s Bill of Rights

A recent California Court of Appeal ruling on the Homeowner’s Bill of Rights is the topic of this blog post.

On June 12, 2015, in the case of Monterrosa v. 735 more words

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Securitization in Review at Trial

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SEEK THE SERVICES OF AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN THE JURISDICTION IN WHICH YOUR PROPERTY IS LOCATED. 1,251 more words

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Another good blog post from Neil Garfield on the securitization process as it applies to foreclosure, specifically using the hearsay exception to object to the introduction of evidence at trial by the big banks and mortgage servicers.

TILA Rescission in a Nutshell

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NOTE: There are strategic nuances here on when to do what. That is included in our rescission package. 1,421 more words

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Great blog post by Neil Garfield discussing the remedy of rescission under the Truth in Lending Act.

CFPB Cordray Increases Disgorgement from $6 Million to $109 Million Against Lender for Insurance Kickbacks

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see http://www.acainternational.org/cfpbarticle-cfpb-director-richard-cordray-increases-mortgage-lenders-fine-in-administrative-ruling-36088.aspx

also see http://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=4d27518f-a3a7-4338-8070-34af71e56d9e

At the end of the day, most everyone knows most everything. Here in a patent insurance kickback scheme that was obviously not disclosed to the borrower, the Judge ordered the lender to pay $6.4 million. 722 more words

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Stan Burman reblogged this on California Freelance Paralegal and commented:

The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Richard Cordray (former Ohio Attorney General) increased the disgorgement fine against a mortgage lender found liable in an insurance kickback scheme from $6.4 million to $190 million! The trial judge had ordered the lender to pay the $6.4 million but Cordray said the administrative trial judge got it wrong and increased the stakes by ordering the lender to disgorge $109 million. It seems that there is at least one Washington bureaucrat this is doing their job. If only more of the astounding numbers of bureaucrats in Washington would start earning their money and acting like Richard Cordray.