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Investigator Bill Paatalo: Wells Fargo Admits To Executing WaMu Note Endorsement in 2013, And the Arkansas Bankruptcy Court Allows WaMu to Get Away With It! — Livinglies’s Weblog

Editor’s note: Great find by investigator Bill Paatalo at BPinvestigativeagency.com. Arkansas courts are known to be some of the most corrupt bankruptcy and foreclosure courts in the country and the Arkansas Judiciary refuses to follow its own laws while catering to the interests of Foreclosure Mill Wilson and Associates. US bankruptcy trustee Joyce Babin is […]

via Investigator Bill Paatalo: Wells Fargo Admits To Executing WaMu Note Endorsement in 2013, And the Arkansas Bankruptcy Court Allows WaMu to Get Away With It! — Livinglies’s Weblog

That is outrageous that the United States Bankruptcy Judge in Arkansas refused to follow the law. However, the fact that Wells Fargo admitted certain facts could potentially be used against them in other cases as a party could request that the Court take judicial notice of the admissions made by Wells Fargo in that case pursuant to Rules 201 and 1101 of the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Rule 201 of the Federal Rules of Evidence

Rule 1101 of the Federal Rules of Evidence


Leveraging the Death of an Originator in Foreclosure Defense- December 11, 2017 at 4pm Eastern — Livinglies’s Weblog

Register Now: Leveraging the Death of an Originator in Foreclosure Defense Foreclosure expert and attorney Neil Garfield, M.B.A, J.D., will address what happens when the putative loan originator no longer exists. This strategy seminar will cover the best way to attack mortgage liens, notes, assignments, powers of attorney and endorsements, when servicers like Ocwen, Nationstar, […]

via Register now! The Garfield Continuum Mini-Seminar for Licensed Attorneys and Pro se litigants: Leveraging the Death of an Originator in Foreclosure Defense- December 11, 2017 at 4pm Eastern — Livinglies’s Weblog

CA Judge: HELOC Notes Are Not Negotiable Instruments — Possession Is Not Enough — Pretender Lenders Must Prove the Debt and Ownership

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Here we have a ruling that firmly states the obvious, with widespread ramifications. HELOC (Home Equity Line of Credit) promissory notes represent evidence of a debt depending upon how much the homeowner borrows, repays or otherwise receives advances. It is not a promise to pay a single unqualified amount of money.

While the mortgage or deed of trust on the primary mortgage carries with it obligations to pay variable sums, the promissory note does not, which is why judges treat the note as a negotiable instrument if it is valid on its face.

What you are going to see is that the HELOC is left out of foreclosure because the pretender lender cannot prove the debt or its ownership. If the HELOC and the primary mortgage involve the same pretender lender, then discovery on the HELOC is relevant both because the HELOC might convert the first mortgage from a purchase…

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Message to Homeowners Who Have Won Their Cases — Your Demands are Too Low

Excellent blog post. The absolute truth of this blog post is shown clearly by the fact that Bank of America is offering the Sundquists a reported $6 million dollars to agree to ask the Judge to revoke the decision so that it cannot be cited as legal precedent in other cases to understand the

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SETTLEMENT NEGOTIATIONS: WHEN THE HOMEOWNER WINS IN LITIGATION, in every case the banks pay amazing amounts of money to the homeowner (and their lawyer) in order to get agreement on sweeping the case under the rug. Homeowners and their lawyers must realize that the settlement value of their case may be worth 1000 times the judgment value of the case.

This asymmetry in settlement negotiations escapes most but not all winning homeowners. It gets especially urgent when the banks made the wrong decision and appealed an unfavorable decision only to find that they not only lost one case, but many thousands as a result of that one case.

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Banks Continue to Manipulate Foreclosure Filings to Create Illusion that Crisis is Over

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One thing is very clear: the mega banks — who control nearly all foreclosures — are using algorithms to start and stop foreclosures so as to create the impression that foreclosures are not a big problem. In this article by ProMarket, this behavior was honed down to specific districts represented by members of the Financial Services Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. The members were under very little pressure about foreclosures because the number of foreclosures in their districts was so small, even though the “delinquencies” were the same as surrounding districts.

This practice has been going on for many years as a method of manipulating the media and government into thinking that the foreclosure crisis is over. It is not. There are millions of foreclosures to come. But now, the banks have perfected a plan in which the number of foreclosures is capped in a given area and…

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Woman Says Bank Foreclosed On Her Home Despite Making Mortgage Payments

That is outrageous what happened to that woman. I hope that she retains an awesome attorney and sues the hell out of Bank of America and anyone else involved in the foreclosure.

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Here we go again…

RMA, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Imagine paying your mortgage on time every month, and your bank takes your home away anyway.

It may not make any sense, but this mortgage mess is happening.

Holidays, birthdays, baby’s first steps, since 2004, Kim Shibles’ beloved Erma, New Jersey home has been the backdrop for everything.

“I would like to have back what they took,” she told CBS2’s Kristine Johnson.

She was forced out of the house in 2016, after the bank foreclosed.

“It turned my life upside down,” she said.

What’s worse her attorney Josh Denbeaux said it happened without Shibles ever having missed a mortgage payment.

“She paid every single month,” Denbeaux said.

“We have the largest financial institutions in our country and they are absolutely fleecing America,” Linda Tirrelli said.

It started in 2010.

Read on.

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This case is good news although it seems to be that many cases that favor the debtor or a homeowner are not published which prevents their being cited as binding authority. Happy Thanksgiving to you too Dave as well as everyone else.

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While not presidential, the U. S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a Nevada FDCPA case, declaring in part:

The panel reversed the district court’s dismissal of an action brought against a debt collector under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

The panel held that a debt collector cannot avoid liability under the FDCPA by obtaining the debtor’s lawsuit through a state court writ of execution.

The panel concluded that such a procedure frustrates the Act’s purpose and is thus conflict- preempted. The panel remanded the case for further proceedings.

To read the case, click here: Arrellano v Clark Co Coll Svc LLC et al, 9th App Cir No 16-15467 (Nov 17, 2017)


Sadly, too many U.S. District Court judges are quick to dismiss debtor claims.  They appear to treat these types of actions as if the debtor is trying to escape debt…

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