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California Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Law

California Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Law California businesses have a couple of options to deal with dire financial conditions, and filing for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy can be an attractive option. However, it can be a bit complex, and to be … Continue reading

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Don’t Declare Bankruptcy Before You Need To

Today, many people are deciding to declare bankruptcy. With so many people being laid off, a lot of people are deciding to file for bankruptcy but you need to realize that it is not for everyone. There are other ways … Continue reading

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Foreclosure Deed may be Voided by Mortgage Transfer or Servicing Problems

By Max Gardner A Federal District Court, in a December 7 order, has denied a motion to dismiss a homeowner’s lawsuit to set aside the nonjudicial Missouri foreclosure sale based on a deed of trust, based on allegations that 1) … Continue reading

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Some judges chastise banks over foreclosure paperwork

Gallery Thousands of foreclosures are put on hold During the housing boom, millions of homeowners got easy access to mortgages. Now, some mortgage lenders and government officials are taking action after discovering that many mortgage documents were mishandled. » LAUNCH … Continue reading

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Top Treasury Official: Investigation Begins on Pretender Lenders

  Posted 1 day ago by Neil Garfield on Livinglies’s Weblog “We are faced with a choice here,” Silvers said during the hearing. “We can either have a rational resolution to the foreclosure crisis or we can preserve the capital … Continue reading

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Fabrication of Documents: MERS GAP Illuminated

Posted on July 30, 2009 by livinglies Another example of why a TILA audit is grossly inadequate. A forensic audit is required covering all bases. Although dated, this article picks up on a continuing theme that demonstrates the title defect, … Continue reading

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The lawyer is not competend to testify

If the lawyer is not a competent witness with personal knowledge, then he should shut up and sit down. So you sent a QWR and you know the loan is securitized. The orignating lender says talk to the servicer and … Continue reading

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