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1st DCA CA: Not so Fast on Rubber Stamping Foreclosures

This is another well written decision. However as with the Guilex v Pennymac case it has not been certified for publication.

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As we have seen for months there have been a steady stream of cases in which the courts have turned back to the fundamental requirements of due process and the rule of law. Here the court reminds (again) that judicial notice is not a substitute for foundation of facts in dispute AND that the homeowner’s right to sue for wrongful foreclosure is NOT to be dismissed even if it is poorly worded.

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Cupp v. Fannie Mae

While once again we see the regretable tendency to keep essential decisions out of public records, we also…

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