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Pennsylvania woman’s lawsuit against her former attorneys’ can proceed

A woman claiming she had to sell her home because of her lawyers’ botched foreclosure work can move forward with her legal malpractice and fraud suit, a federal judge has ruled. Christine Bernstein sued Keaveney Legal Group along with lawyers James P. Keaveney and Joshua Thomas for violations of the Pennsylvania Unfair Trade Practices and […]

via Legal Mal Suit Against Foreclosure Lawyers Proceeds — Livinglies’s Weblog

That is good news that this woman will have her day in Court against the attorney’s that took $8,000.00 from her yet failed to do what they were paid to do.



Jon Corzine no longer “Corzined”- Ready to take advantage of “Trump Crash”

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The full NYT interview with Corzine can be found here.

Shortly after Jon Corzine not only destroyed MF Global but “vaporized” $1.6 billion in supposedly segregated client funds which were illegally commingled with operating cash, Jon Corzine had a brief encounter with the legal system including several kangaroo court sessions in Congress, which ultimately led to absolutely nothing for two simple reasons.

Reason #1:

And Reason #2:

In fact, Jon Corzine’s quiet disappearance into the shadows was apparently only punctuated by one new notable entry in the Urban Dictionary for the term “Corzined

… but not before rumors emerged that Corzine, whose dream has always been to run his own capital, would start a hedge fund.

In August 2012 we wrote that “after 10 months of stitching together evidence on the firm’s demise, criminal investigators are concluding that chaos and porous risk controls at the…

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MERS Assignment Fail: Mortgage Electronic Registration Sidesteps, Inc.

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Excellent find from website 4closurefraud.com.  See: http://4closurefraud.org/2017/05/12/mers-assignment-fail-mortgage-electronic-registration-sidesteps-inc/

MERS Assignment Fail: Mortgage Electronic Registration Sidesteps, Inc.

MERS Assignment Fail: Mortgage Electronic Registration Sidesteps, Inc.

Over the years we have seen various Assignment Fails such as BOGUS and BAD BENE. Some even had effective dates as 09/09/9999, while others had forged signatures or were put together by someone with very poor Photoshop skills.

Today, we present a new variation of a MERS assignment that is polluting land records across the county, the SIDESTEP assignment. Because what could possibly be a better name, other than BOGUS, than SIDESTEP for an industry that has done everything in their power to SIDESTEP hundreds of years of property law to save a couple of bucks.

If you have not caught it yet, reread the name of MERS on this Assignment on the image above or click here…

There must of been an ‘error’ in…

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Making Assignments in the Dark

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Editor’s Note:  In this industry article, Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. insinuates that a bank should obtain a chain of title report before assigning a note to ensure that the manufactured paperwork creates the appearance of a clear chain of title.  Although the article doesn’t mention exactly how to cure any chain of title issues, it would appear NTC is recommending that banks invest in a report so they don’t make accidental and expensive errors by creating a defective assignment that doesn’t mesh with the public recordings and results in the loss of a home or lawsuit.

Making Assignments in the Dark

The chain of title is the guy-wire that holds the home finance industry upright. Without some method to determine who owns a given parcel of real estate, it cannot be used as collateral for a loan. In cases where these loans go into default, a clear…

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