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Securitization Theory

Securitization theory puts forward the rhetoric that security problems rise and fall due to a socially constructed process named securitization. The concept was first put forward by the Copenhagen school, the main contributor was Ole Wæver. 1,009 more words


Revisiting the Nash Case v "America's Wholesale Lender."

The court held there was no Plaintiff filing the foreclosure lawsuit. This is extremely important and highly relevant to what is going on now. So many cases name a Plaintiff that either does not exist or whose name has merely been rented for the purpose of filing foreclosure.

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MKK: Indonesian law updates

Important changes to financial model of geothermal projects in the pipeline

Ferdinand Jullaga, S.H., LL.M, Made Yossy Pratiwi, S.H.

In the New Geothermal Law of 2014 (“ 2,205 more words

Appeals Court Challenges Cal. Supreme Court Ruling in Yvanova/Keshtgar

The Court, possibly because of the pleadings and briefs refers to the Trust as “US Bank” — a complete misnomer that reveals a completely incorrect premise.

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Shawn Adamo Can Help Restore Your Credit

One  of the things I personally have stayed away from is credit repair. But it really is something that virtually everyone needs if they have been at all touched by the continuing banking and servicing crisis. 679 more words


Jesinoski Update: Homeowner, Bank and Court All Get it Wrong

We get it. Judges don’t like statutory rescission under TILA. They are not required to like TILA rescission but they are required to follow it. This decision openly defies the SCOTUS ruling and refuses to apply it.

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FDCPA Claims Upheld in 9th Circuit Class Action

The court held that the FDCPA unambiguously requires any debt collector – first or subsequent – to send a section 1692g(a) validation notice within five days of its first communication with a consumer in connection with the collection of any debt.

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