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The Implied “Trust” and Discovery

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If you look closely at the NOD, NOS, foreclosure complaint, and correspondence you see two things that are fairly constant — (1) they ALWAYS refer to the case as “US Bank” (or some other bank) and (2) they often don’t actually name a trust although it is implied.

This is classic misdirection. The Judge is thinking “U.S. Bank” when the case presented asserts that the Bank is not party to the action except as trustee for the “real party” which is not named and most likely doesn’t exist.

As an example of how to confront this, see below.

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