Supporting, Informing & Connecting People in Foreclosure
Here is a bit of FEDERAL case law that might have legs in the foreclosure arena as I fail to see the difference in what happens daily in foreclosures across America. As I have been saying all along the banks perpetrated the fraud and the mills and attorneys that worked at them presented it to the court causing harm. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-04-18/td-bank-faces-sanctions-mo...
John Tatar, a new member here, endeavoring pro se to bring both the bank and its attorney to task found a "win" and the information here should be very beneficial to those seeking justice in the federal system. http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/USCOURTS-mied-2_10-cv-12832/pdf/USCOUR... I have spoken to John and he continues to march forward in pro per.
The mills and attorneys are debt collectors and are bound by the laws and statutes governing same. The mills and attorneys that work for them, after being found guilty in a court of law, should be disgorged of any and all illegally found monies/undue enrichment, disbarred and sent straight to jail on a work release that mandates they must revisit and correct any harms they may have caused finding restitution under the law in each and every case they had a hand in ... before we might consider their debt to the society that they have caused harm to is paid in full.
These mills and attorneys are all educated legal professionals as well as officers of the court that know or should have known just what laws they were circumventing in engineering and implementing their specific frauds resulting in wrongful foreclosures causing pain and misery to millions of American families. Who better to right the wrongs but the very hands that wrought them ?