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Cal. 3d DCA: WRONGFUL FORECLOSURE — You Can Cancel the Assignment, Notice of Default, Notice of Sale and Reverse the Sale. — Livinglies’s Weblog

This decision “Not for publication” takes one more step toward unravelling the false claims of securitization that resulted in millions of fake foreclosures over at least 15 years. The pure nonsense being peddled by Wall Street investment banks still remains as the underlying basis for assumptions and presumptions that are contrary to fact and contrary…

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Gary Dubin: Proposed Mortgage Integrity Act (MIA): — Livinglies’s Weblog

Proposed Mortgage Integrity Act.

Proposed Mortgage Integrity Act.

 

For ten years, Gary Dubin in Hawaii has been practicing law defending homeowners from foreclosure. He has preached his own version of how to combat foreclosure fraud. And he has practiced what he preached. I find his work enlightening and refreshing. So when I read his Proposed Mortgage Integrity Act (MIA) I decided to republish…

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I agree with the Proposed Mortgage Integrity Act from Gary Dubin and I believe that every State in the United States should enact it into law.

 

What should I pay my attorney?

You only get what you pay for may be an old saying but it is the absolute truth when it comes to hiring an attorney or any other professional.

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Like all professions the practice of law mostly involves activities that the client never sees. And it is the quantity and quality of work by the attorney that is the largest factor in getting a good result.

The best result is having the foreclosure dismissed or vacated with findings of fact that make it virtually impossible for the foreclosing party to try again. To get that result you need experienced trial counsel who does all the work he/she thinks is necessary to achieve the goal. Those are at the top of winning food chain.

If you must pay less then you must lower your goal or buy a winning lottery ticket.

Let us help you plan your foreclosure defense strategy, discovery requests and defense narrative: 202-838-6345. Ask for a Consult

PLEASE FILL OUT AND SUBMIT OUR FREE REGISTRATION FORMWITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION. OUR PRIVACY POLICY IS THAT WE DON’T USE…

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Modification or Refi? Which is it? — Livinglies’s Weblog

Just because a document bears a title doesn’t mean that it accurately describes the nature of the transaction. A modification of any agreement requires both sides to agree. Here again we have the identity of the creditor being changed — expressly eliminating any claim that the “servicer” is a legal representative of the creditor to […]

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12 Confessions Of A Home Mortgage Collector — Consumerist

A former Wells Fargo Home Mortgage home collector has stepped forth from the shadows to tell you what’s really going on. Here’s his confession:

via 12 Confessions Of A Home Mortgage Collector — Consumerist

Excellent advice from someone that used to work for Wells Fargo and knows what they are talking about.

I am surprised to hear that they were not informed about the FDCPA. I briefly worked for a collection agency years ago and a significant part of the training involved the requirements of the FDCPA and what we could and could not do.

 

THE JOURNEY BEGINS WHEN THE PITY PARTY ENDS … STEP TWO! — Clouded Titles Blog

Op-Ed — (continued from the previous post) STEP TWO … The Internet can be a dangerous thing, especially when doing research, trying to find answers to questions surrounding a potential financial issue that could become a crisis, like a foreclosure. One of the reasons why I post blogs is because people share them. Others who are […]

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Motions for Summary Judgment — Livinglies’s Weblog

If the homeowner files it most likely it will be denied. If the pretender lender files it, the homeowner should take it seriously. The issue is simple — are there questions or issues of ultimate fact about which the parties disagree. If yes, motion denied. If not, motion is granted. Beware of a potential trap. […]

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