What you suggest is more of a pipe dream. ...and I have read the article... mn Not so fast; In last weeks providence journal, there was a story picked upMessage 1 of 4 , Sep 22, 2009View SourceWhat you suggest is more of a "pipe dream."...and I have
read the article...
mnIn last weeks' providence journal, there was a story picked up from the AP, of a lawyer in NY who is doing the exact same thing, and other papers are reporting same. He dismissed 47 suites to foreclose by deutchebank, and they are stuck having to provide the "original" signed contracts on another 72 or so. This will be interesting as it unfolds and as more homowners grow a pair and enforce the law as it is supposedly being forced upon them, we'll get some shakeout outta these shyster bankers.
Not so fast;-Steve----- Original Message -----From: MichaelSent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 3:48 PMSubject: [tips_and_tricks] Re: Read this if your going through foreclosure!
--- In tips_and_tricks@ yahoogroups. com, "chris010767" <chris010767@ ...> wrote:
> The pirates seem to have captured the ship, and until now
> there has been no one to stop them. But 60 million mortgages
> with fatal defects in title could give aggrieved homeowners
> and securities holders the crowbar they need to exert some
> serious leverage on Congress serious enough perhaps even
> to pry the legislature loose from the powerful banking lobbies
> that now hold it in thrall.
Hold on there! First, one must identify IF there is any
"fatal defect," and 60 million mortgages is a meaningless
number with no context. The implied "homeowner power" is
not a unnified group, and trust me, from what I know about
the court system, firsthand, the judges and lawyers have a
firm grasp on any "crowbar."
What you suggest is more of a "pipe dream."...and I have
read the article...
There is a company that finds the fatal defects : www.mortgagefraudexaminers.comMessage 1 of 4 , Sep 23, 2009View SourceThere is a company that finds the "fatal defects": www.mortgagefraudexaminers.com