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Expiration of the Statute of Limitations and Rule 120 (Part 1)

I have previously written about the use of a Rule 105 Quiet Title proceeding to address the expiration of the statute of limitations applicable to enforcement by foreclosure (February 2016 post “Quiet Title Actions”).    444 more words

Wall Street Wanted Homeowners To Default And MIHOP

Great article from Neil Garfield today–How Servicers Engineer Defaults Using the Escrow Accounts, Forced Placed Insurance and False Projections— about how the Wall Street wolves got their defaults to trigger the big payoff from the CDS: manipulate escrow accounts.  387 more words

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Chain of Title: David Dayen reports on Foreclosure and circumventing the Rule of Law . — Livinglies's Weblog

Listen to Author David Dayen who will join Neil Garfield on the Neil Garfield Show to discuss his new book- Chain of Title next week on Thursday, May 19th at 6 pm EST Editor’s Note: Chain of Title is an inspiring work of investigative journalism that exposes the criminal underbelly of the foreclosure mortgage industry […]

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Judges: Not Dupes—TOTALLY In On It

In the past couple of years, we’ve written a number of articles—not quite a series, but more than a couple—asking the following question regarding whether or not judges are impartial, or favor Goliath over David, or whether they really can do whatever they want or have to follow the law: “ 593 more words

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“Standing” up for homeowners, against banks: Yvanova decision

This one–the Yvanova decision by the California Supreme Court–was a no-brainer, of course. Had the Court ruled that homeowners cannot challenge a bogus assignment, there would be no point in a bank or other purported holder of  California mortgages following the law about assignments at all, because they’d never be challenged.  1,279 more words

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