Maria, you can do a motion for reconsideration but a rule 120 is not appealable. You have to file a separate lawsuit which is why we need this ballot initiative to get on the November ballot. It will help homeowners tremendously. And the banks are fighting it. They filed an 87 page brief objecting to the title.
Aronowitz & Mecklenburg, llp motion to strike, motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim and motion for attorney fees and sanctions
“Assignment” of a Note is done by indorsement. C.R.S. § 4-3-204. Indorsement is relevant only as to the rights and liabilities between persons claiming ownership to the note and former holders. See C.R.S. § 4-3-415. As the maker of the Note, Respondent is liable for the Note to the holder thereof, whether or not the holder came into possession thereof lawfully. C.R.S. § 4-3-301. Consequently, whether the OneWest establishes an unbroken chain of assignments back to Respondent, or OneWest snatched the Note out of the hands of the true owner in plain sight of the Court on the day before commencing the foreclosure, OneWest is the holder, and has standing to enforce the Note.
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