April 23, 2017

Arizona Supreme Court Ends the Argument – No Note Needed to Foreclose

    Does a trustee have to “show the promissory note” in order to foreclose by … [Read more...]

Unconstitutionality of a Power of Sale

THIS IS FROM REUBEN NIEVES. IT IS A GOOD PIECE OF WORK AND HE WANTS COMMENTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS. HE … [Read more...]

Starting Action AFTER the Non-Judicial Sale: Get the Information

33-809. Request for copies of notice of sale; mailing by trustee; disclosure of … [Read more...]

Motion Practice: Arizona Statutes Requires GOOD FAITH and ALL Parties to be Notified

The statute says that the trustee mails the notice to all affected parties at least three months … [Read more...]

AZ STATUTE DEFINES BENEFICIARY and CREDIT BID: NOT “NOMINEE”

33-801. Definitions In this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. … [Read more...]

Rally in Tally: Homeowner Relief and Housing Recovery Act is a Sham and Shame

Editor’s Note: Due process requires that nobody be deprived of life, liberty or property … [Read more...]

Moral Hazard in Non-Judicial Sale: Trustee commits violations of FDCPA and other statutes!

From Eaine B Editor’s Note: I have long advocated sending letters, objections to sale and … [Read more...]

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