August 18, 2017

In re Sentinel Management Group | Federal Court Rules Banksters Can Steal Retirement Accounts

Fed Court Rules Banksters Can Steal Pensions In a court case glossed over by the corporate media … [Read more...]

Court rejects challenge to EPA E15 ethanol waiver

Business as usual If not predictable, this is certainly disappointing. A federal appeals court … [Read more...]

KABOOM | BAIN vs. METROPOLITAN MORTGAGE GROUP INC. et al – Washington’s Highest Court Rules MERS Cannot Foreclose on Homeowners

Washington’s Highest Court Rules MERS Cannot Foreclose on Homeowners The Washington Supreme … [Read more...]

Oregon Supreme Court Will Tackle MERS Foreclosure Issues

Oregon Supreme Court will tackle MERS foreclosure issues A day after a key ruling from a lower … [Read more...]

KABOOM | Oregon Court of Appeals Rules Against Banks, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (MERS) in Foreclosure Case

Oregon Court of Appeals rules against banks, MERS in foreclosure case The Oregon Court of Appeals … [Read more...]

Maryland Court Limits Chain of Title Challenges Post-Foreclosure

Maryland court limits chain of title challenges post-foreclosure A new opinion from the Maryland … [Read more...]

EPA wins their court battle over greenhouse gas rules

You will respect our authoritah. A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that the EPA is … [Read more...]

Securitization Fail-Litigation Update

The wheels of litigation move slowly, but there are a couple of recent securitization fail … [Read more...]

Kim v. JP Morgan Chase Bank | Michigan Supreme Court to Review Impact Of Failure To Record Mortgage On Subsequent Foreclosure Sale

Mich. SC to review foreclosure case against JPMorgan Chase LANSING, Mich. (Legal Newsline) – … [Read more...]

SUPREME COURT – STATE OF NEW YORK | DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY vs VASQUEZ RE STANDING

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE FOR THE REGISTERED HOLDERS OF MORGAN STANLEY ABS … [Read more...]

Breaking: Federal appeals court strikes down DOMA

On its way to the top. Can’t wait to see how this plays in November, along with Barack … [Read more...]

Affidavits Are Not a Substitute for Evidence of Debt Ownership

Affidavits Are Not a Substitute for Evidence of Debt Ownership The Tennessee Court of Appeals has … [Read more...]

Affidavits Are Not a Substitute for Evidence of Debt Ownership

Affidavits Are Not a Substitute for Evidence of Debt Ownership The Tennessee Court of Appeals has … [Read more...]

Florida Statute 817.54 | Obtaining of Mortgage, Mortgage Note, Promissory Note, etc., by False Representation

Just finished reading the Kentucky complaint against MERS et al and I found this excerpt very … [Read more...]

Greenville Lafayette, LLC v. Elgin State Bank | “What do you mean that I can’t foreclose my mortgage and sue the guarantor at the same time? Since when?”

Michigan Appeals Court To Stiffed Lenders: ‘One Action’ Rule Means What It Says – … [Read more...]

Greenville Lafayette, LLC v. Elgin State Bank | “What do you mean that I can’t foreclose my mortgage and sue the guarantor at the same time? Since when?”

Michigan Appeals Court To Stiffed Lenders: ‘One Action’ Rule Means What It Says – … [Read more...]

The $25B fraudclosure settlement has been approved by U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer

Nick Timiraos ‏ @NickTimiraos of the WSJ via twitter The $25B foreclosure settlement has been … [Read more...]

OREGON DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SEEKS TO STOP LENDERS FROM WRONGFULLY FORECLOSING

OREGON DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE SEEKS TO STOP LENDERS FROM WRONGFULLY FORECLOSING March 27, 2012 DOJ … [Read more...]

Hawaii | Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals In re: MARGERY KANAMU-KALEHUANANI KEKAUOHA-ALISA – The court voided the sale of the Appellant’s property and awarded her treble damages of $417,761.66

FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT In re: MARGERY KANAMU … [Read more...]

North Carolina Court of Appeals | T.D. Bank, N.A. v. Mirabella – Summary Judgment Improper In Suit On Defaulted Note Where Creditor Fails To Prove Merger With Predecessor

TD BANK, N.A. v. MIRABELLA TD BANK, N.A., Plaintiff, v. SALVATORE MIRABELLA, Defendant.No. … [Read more...]

Ruiz v. 1st Fidelity Loan Servicing, LLC | Minnesota Appeals Court: Foreclosure By Advertisement Is Void Unless Strict Statutory Compliance Is Met

Minnesota Appeals Court: Foreclosure By Advertisement Is Void Unless Strict Statutory Compliance Is … [Read more...]

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. v Sene | Two Seperate Notes – “A fraud has been committed upon this Court”

HSBC Bank USA, N.A. as Trustee of behalf of ACE Securities Corp. Home Equity Loan Trust And for the … [Read more...]

Wells Fargo LOSES at Seventh Circuit Appellate – Excoriating opinion regarding a HAMP Class Action. AND a Judicial Request for a Federal Amicus Curiae

In the United States Court of Appeals For the Seventh Circuit No. 11-1423 LORI WIGOD, … [Read more...]

RICHARD F. DAVET v. PAUL J. MIKHLI, et al | Ohio Courts’ Reluctance to Admit Fraud Causes 16 Years of Foreclosure Litigation

Ohio Courts’ Reluctance to Admit Fraud Causes 16 years of Foreclosure Litigation Jack Wright – … [Read more...]

Muselman v. Deutsche Bank, U.S. Bankruptcy Court | A Valentine from Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge Karen S. Jennemann on Feburary 14, 2012

A Valentine from Chief United States Bankruptcy Judge Karen S. Jennemann on Feburary 14, 2012 The … [Read more...]

Attorney Wins “Free House” in Case Before 9th Circuit Court of Appeals – A Mandelman Matters Podcast

    When it comes to defending homeowners against wrongful foreclosure, or suing banks on … [Read more...]

Arizona | M & I vs. Mueller – Appellate Ruling Says Actual Occupancy of Home is Not Necessary, Bars Lenderr from Pursuing Deficiency Judgement

Court: Statute also protects would-be owner Appellate ruling says actual occupancy of home is not … [Read more...]

Action Alert | Washington SB6199 Makes it a Felony to Claim Actual Holder Status of a Promissory Note When Not

Heh, Lookie Here (Felony For False Swearing) Well what do we have here! 23 (ii) A declaration by the … [Read more...]

Eyes on Florida’s Fourth DCA | Mill Lawyers Get Their Way with Florida Appellate Judges

First There Was Riggs, Then Glarum, Now Duke and McLean. When Florida’s Forth District Court … [Read more...]

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