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FOIA Requests, Discovery, and the Power of the Truth

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[Editor’s Note: Has anyone noticed that the Chase Purchase and Assumption Agreement for the WAMU estate from FDIC and BKR Trustee has been changed to a new document bearing the same date? Comments invited.]

From Eric Mains

One of the biggest obstacles borrowers in foreclosure cases and their attorneys have is getting proper discovery done so that their cases can be adjudicated on the merits.

In point of fact, one of the biggest problems litigants face in court no matter what their case involves, is trying to delve into the facts regarding what actually occurred in their situations. In short, they are denied access to the truth. 

An especially vexing problem for those who are defending against foreclosures is that even when the truth finally does come out, no matter how inescapable the facts of the situation are, is that sometimes government officials from State Attorney General’s on down fail…

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