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Regarding: J. TAYLOR Is J. Taylor still a member here?The J. Taylor message box will not SEND. Regarding Taylor's post "4. Mers as nominee for First Florida Home Mtg ( My original lender from 2007) Filed an Assignment 08/12/2010 but notes affective…Continue
Regardless of the increasing appearance that the Bank of America is perforated with lender fraud, Bank of America has remained very successful in using the misapplication of two main rules to bar homeowners from access to the courts. The…Continue
Let us know if you find Federal or State case law against homeowners being required to post unaffordable bonds to enjoin banks, especially when there are substantial issues of lender fraud.
We believe there should be no bond requirement for a morgage contract that is void due to lender fraud, or when the amount of the debt is in dispute, because putting the cart before the horse, and requiring an unaffordable bond in advance of a disposition, not only consitutes the court's premature validation of the disputed debt, but can serve only one purpose, and that is to deprive the party of their constitutional right to a hearing.