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Mortgage Attack provides a number of articles authored specifically to help mortgage and foreclosure victims to understand the dynamics of the war between banks and borrowers, and to prevail in those conflicts.  Mortgage Attack recommends that every mortgagor read every article.  Some ZIP archive files may include a set of more important articles.  If you have any questions about what you read, you may contact the author or leave your contact information through the Contact page on this site.  Consult a competent attorney on all questions of law.  Please see our Attorneys page.

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Winning Monetary Damages

These cases show spectular wins of monetary damages by borrowers who attacked those who cheated them in the loan or servicing transactions.

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Failing Legal Arguments

These documents list numerous court cases that show failing legal arguments.

Foreclosure-related Court Opinions

Most of these opinions show what the borrower should NOT do to win a foreclosure dispute.

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 Post-Jesinoski Opinions

Courts across the land rendered these opinions AFTER the US Supreme Court rendered the Jesinoski opinion about TILA rescission in January 2015. Most of these opinions debunk the utter nonsense that attorney Neil Garfield propounds on his LivingLies blog about TILA rescission. Sadly, most of these borrowers seem to have heeded Garfield’s false legal theories instead of pursuing the mortgage attack method.  That explains why those borrowers lost.

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Post-Yvanova Opinions

Tsvetana Yvanova went through foreclosure and lost her house to foreclosure sale, but sued to challenge the right of the purported creditor to foreclose.  She lost and took her case through to California supreme court which ruled that she could challenge. On remand, the appellate court ruled that the purported creditor had the right to foreclose.  She wasted a monumental amount of money in legal fees, all because of BAD ADVICE from her attorney.  She also failed in her challenge of Pooling and Servicing Agreement (securitization) violations.  Many cases since have shown the error of the path she chose.

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