Supporting, Informing & Connecting People in Foreclosure
Please anybody that can chime in.Even though I keep hearing the excuse that the Deed of Trust is not a BiLateral Contract because it is "executed" by just the borrowers signature how can this be…Continue
I have been scanning over the public records regarding my home. Over 26 years there are a whole lot of them. One thing that I noticed is that every reconveyance made back to me was done by the…Continue
OK I left out the best part. I am sure that someone here has some insight. Hypothetically, say someone has sent QWR's and requested a true copy of the note each time and all are ignored. Then over a…Continue
After 2 years of getting copies of the note exactly as it was when signed, BofA finally sent me something worth while. Now with all of the research I've been doing I don't know how much this changes…Continue
I could sure use some input here. I happened to find the last smoking gun doc in the county records that proves the sub'd trustee wasn't the legal trustee on the necessary date to act on the NOD or to assign an agent to act on it. Now does that remove the trustee immunity cap from their heads?
Maybe leave a small claims case available for me (as I have little budget)? Any thoughts?
Thanks for any input
I keep seeing it pop up where the Trustee is"immune" from taking any heat based on their actions in a foreclosure. My question then is "If the trustee is acting as a middle of the road real trustee then I understand that provision, but if the trustee states they are "a debt collector" and records documents in which the statements are false and they know it because the action was something they did without direction and only they would know, Shouldn't that debt collector action create a…Continue
I had received so many letters telling me I didn't have the "right" to see MY DOCS that I thought I'd attack it from another direction. Tell me if you have already tried this and what their response was. I hadn't seen the request for proof asked this way.
I gave them 10 days to respond, as it shouldn't be any problem for them to get the docs quickly. That's only my guess, since they were going to sell my house last week.
The letter was sent to both BofA and the law firm Blank…Continue
I posted this on Neil Garfields LivingLies Blog the other day and to be honest I was surprised that it was virtually ignored considering how much control these people will have over our foreclosure reviews.
disableddad, on October 10, 2011 at 8:47 pm said:
If this hasn’t been posted somewhere else here, you just might find it interesting that legal questions are going to be decided…Continue