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WAMU “Merger”: Paper Chase Part 2

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It all comes down to the final unavoidable conclusion: Chase has been lying about its ownership of WAMU originations of residential mortgage loans and the FDIC and other government institutions and agencies are either complicit or negligent.

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Hat tip to Donna Steenkamp at Titletracs.com

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The issue is the Purchase and Assumption Agreement when Chase supposedly acquired assets from the FDIC receiver for Washington Mutual (WAMU) and from the US Trustee in bankruptcy for the WAMU estate.

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It seems to be saying that a condition precedent to the actual ownership of loans is that the FDIC must execute a “Receiver’s Deed” or “Receiver’s Bill of Sale.” The problem is not being right — the problem…

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