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THE PROVERBIAL “CA-CA” MAY HIT THE FAN IN SOUTH FLORIDA!

Reading this article is like receiving an early Christmas gift. It couldn’t happen to a more deserving group of people. More judges need to use their powers of contempt and issue more orders to show cause such as this one. Forget about putting the fear of God in these people! Put the fear of being arrested and being thrown into the local jail along with the rest of the general population of prisoners into them! That will get the message across.

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Daily Business Review is reporting that a Miami-Dade Circuit Judge has ordered two attorneys for a mortgage loan servicer and their representative who testified in court to appear at a show cause hearing before Judge Beatrice Butchko, wherein they may be facing indirect criminal contempt of court, resulting in jail time along with other possible sanctions!   See the article here: Loan Servicer’s Attorneys Face Criminal Contempt Arraignment in Miami | Daily Business Review

Here is a transcript from one of the recent court hearings in the case: GRE-1116

Here is the Order to Show Cause for the hearing for the attorneys, scheduled for December 14, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.: 2017_11_20-Order-to-Show-Cause-Why-Ditechs-Witness-and-Ditechs-Atty-Should-not-be-Held-in-Indirect-Criminal-Contempt-of-Court

Here is the final link from the DBR article: Home Foreclosure Fails on Ocwen Servicing Records | Daily Business Review

As you may recall, Miami-Dade Attorney Bruce Jacobs won a case against HSBC Bank USA, NA…

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Bullseye! Investors Are “Far Removed” from Alleged Underlying Mortgages — Livinglies’s Weblog

IF YOU ARE IN FORECLOSURE WITH SOME BANK CLAIMING TO BE TRUSTEE FOR CERTIFICATE HOLDERS YOU NEED TO READ THIS ARTICLE. It is in tax litigation that some of the truth comes out. While the courts have yet to determine if the REMIC Trust ever existed, they are coming to some interesting conclusions — corroborating […]

via Bullseye! Investors Are “Far Removed” from Alleged Underlying Mortgages — Livinglies’s Weblog

NWTS IS CLOSING ITS DOORS; SHIFTS ITS FORECLOSURE CASES TO OTHER TRUSTEE MILLS — Clouded Titles Blog

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — Boo, Frickety Hoo! Why is everybody in the foreclosure mill and related industries pining over the announcement by several news outlets that Northwest Trustee Services, Inc. (“NWTS”) in Bellevue, Washington is closing its doors? I for one am glad to see them “out of here”, given the fact of NWTS’s propensity […]

via NWTS IS CLOSING ITS DOORS; SHIFTS ITS FORECLOSURE CASES TO OTHER TRUSTEE MILLS — Clouded Titles Blog

Class Action Rebates Newsletter For December 2017: Get Your Money! — considertheconsumer

Below is the Class Action Rebates Newsletter for the month of December. Look around, see if you qualify for any of the settlements below! Spotify Copyright Class Action Settlement Sony Pictures Home Video Revenue Class Action Settlement City of Detroit Per Acre Drainage Class Action Settlement Insinkerator Water Filter Class Action Settlement Carrington Mortgage Force-Placed Insurance…

via Class Action Rebates Newsletter For December 2017: Get Your Money! — considertheconsumer

FCC Approves New Rules to Block Robocalls — considertheconsumer

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Nov. 16 to allow telephone carriers to block robocalls that appear to be fraudulent—a particularly annoying and costly problem that has mushroomed in recent years. The ruling specifically targets calls that use so-called caller ID spoofing, which allows robocallers to manipulate information that shows up on caller ID to…

via FCC Approves New Rules to Block Robocalls — considertheconsumer

Foreclosure: Debtor Who Fails to Pay Has an Uphill Battle Finding a Remedy Based on Procedural Defects-Deadly Clear

via Foreclosure: Debtor Who Fails to Pay Has an Uphill Battle Finding a Remedy Based on Procedural Defects

 

 

 

Investigator Bill Paatalo: Wells Fargo Admits To Executing WaMu Note Endorsement in 2013, And the Arkansas Bankruptcy Court Allows WaMu to Get Away With It! — Livinglies’s Weblog

Editor’s note: Great find by investigator Bill Paatalo at BPinvestigativeagency.com. Arkansas courts are known to be some of the most corrupt bankruptcy and foreclosure courts in the country and the Arkansas Judiciary refuses to follow its own laws while catering to the interests of Foreclosure Mill Wilson and Associates. US bankruptcy trustee Joyce Babin is […]

via Investigator Bill Paatalo: Wells Fargo Admits To Executing WaMu Note Endorsement in 2013, And the Arkansas Bankruptcy Court Allows WaMu to Get Away With It! — Livinglies’s Weblog

That is outrageous that the United States Bankruptcy Judge in Arkansas refused to follow the law. However, the fact that Wells Fargo admitted certain facts could potentially be used against them in other cases as a party could request that the Court take judicial notice of the admissions made by Wells Fargo in that case pursuant to Rules 201 and 1101 of the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Rule 201 of the Federal Rules of Evidence

Rule 1101 of the Federal Rules of Evidence

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