With all due respect to good lawyers and judges; yet, the bar legal system needs to be investigated for it’s roll in the foreclosure pandemic; our experience has been clear bias and refusal of courts to even hear the substantive counterclaims; the bar is the problem; the court system is the problem; there is an unholy marriage with the banksters; unless we remove the divided bar there will be no justice; in peace
It is getting increasingly obvious to the courts that there is something inherently wrong with foreclosures. The substitutions without leave of court and the repeated filing for foreclosure on the same default are coming back to bite the ‘securitization fail” scheme of the banks.
If you start with the premise that the trusts were never funded and therefore never existed, everything starts to make sense. In ordinary circumstances with ordinary loans the pronouncement of every bank foreclosure attorney rings hollow: “Judge this is a standard foreclosure.” If that were true they wouldn’t be losing cases procedurally, allowing them to linger sometimes for a decade or more, and they wouldn’t be trying to slip in a “substitution of Plaintiff” without leave of court. And they probably would not be foreclosing on so many dead people.
This case, decided today, gives us an example of how things can go wrong…
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