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It's official: Woman who refused to accept foreclosure is keeping her house

By Erica Bryant

Elizabeth McGriff got her house back.

She always believed in her right to 618 Cedarwood Terrace, which was lost in a foreclosure many called unjust. 1,546 more words


Stan Burman reblogged this on California freelance paralegal and commented:

This is a very inspiring story that should be duplicated all over the United States.

Royal Bank of Scotland Trained Employees on How to Forge Signatures — Livinglies's Weblog

Fraud for the first time in history has been institutionalized into law. It is foolishness to believe that the banking industry is trustworthy and that they have the right to claim legal presumptions that their fabricated documents, and the forged documents are valid, leaving consumers, borrowers and in particular, homeowners to formulate a defense where […]

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It’s the Rules of Evidence Stupid: 25 Ways in Which Foreclosure Attorneys Are Knowingly Committing Fraud on Our State and Federal Courts — Deadly Clear

Sunday, February 4, 2018 – 3 PM HST (Rebroadcast from June 14, 2015 – Its Super Bowl Sunday – everybody deserves a day off now and then) Upcoming Discussion for Sunday’s THE FORECLOSURE HOUR Sundays: 3 pm (HST) / 5 pm (PST) / 8 pm (EST).

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A Little Bit of Foreclosure Soap Won’t Wash Away Those Unclean Hands — Livinglies's Weblog

One who comes into equity must come with clean hands else all relief will be denied him regardless of merit of his claim and is not essential that act be a crime; it is enough that it be condemned by honest and reasonable men” Roberts v Roberts, 84 So.2d 717 (Fla.

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"MERS" Entities and RoboMills are now "off the hook"!


Consent Order Terminations were issued this past week by the five federal agencies that imposed them on MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. (f/k/a MERSCORP, Inc.), its baby bastard child, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. 665 more words


Financial Industry Caught with Its Hand in the Cookie Jar — Livinglies's Weblog

Like the infamous NINJA loans, the REMICs ought to be dubbed NEITs — nonexistent inactive trusts. The idea of switching lenders without permission of the borrower has been accepted for centuries.

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HARP Extended Through 2018

The U.S. government deploys several resources for Americans who need help financing a home purchase, including the popular FHA Loan program. But unbeknownst to some, there are also tools available for current homeowners who have fallen behind on their mortgage payments.

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