Category Archives: mortgage

Bradford Shows the Basics of Mortgage Attack in his own case

NORMAN BRADFORD SHOWS THAT THE COURTS LIKE RESCISSION and OTHER FORMS OF MORTGAGE ATTACK, etc, IF THE BORROWER ARTFULLY MANAGES THE ATTACK. If you want to see a case where the court denied rescission pre-Jesinoski, but the court awarded damages and attorney fees to the plaintiff, and where the MORTGAGE ATTACK lawsuit shows you how […]

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Nationstar v Brown – Statute of Limitations No Defense Against Foreclosure

Statute of Limitations Applies to Whole Payment Stream By Bob Hurt, 18 September 2015 Florida’s 1st District Appellate Court gave Germaine and Andrea Brown a rude awakening by telling them the Florida foreclosure 5-year statute of limitations does not apply a 30-year stream of mortgage payments even after the creditor accelerates the loan, making the […]

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Foreclosure Statute of Limitations Leaves Bad Taste in Judge’s Mouth

Foreclosure Statute of Limitations Leaves Bad Taste in Judge’s Mouth – In Re:  Washington  https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=1086839727325893797 “…with figurative hand holding the nose, the Court, for the reasons set forth below, will grant Debtor’s motion for summary judgment.” “The Court will proceed to gargle in an effort to remove the lingering bad taste.” In the case I linked above, […]

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How to Get the Benefits of a Securitization Audit FREE

Securitization Audits Decline Dramatically… Find Out Why   How to Get the Benefits of a Securitization Audit FREE Benefits?  WHAT Benefits? Learn below why the audit is a complete waste of resources. Copyright © 1 April 2014 by Bob Hurt.  All rights reserved.  http://MortgageAttack.com TECHNICAL ALERT:  I, the author, am not an attorney or practitioner, […]

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TILA Rescission in the wake of Jesinoski

Truth In Lending Act (TILA) See the full law here: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/15/1635 See the regulation Z here: https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/12/226.23 Congress intended the right of rescission to protect the consumer from putting the family home at risk by using the home or the equity in it to secure a loan. It doesn’t apply in mortgage loans for the […]

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Brown v Quicken Loans Shows How to Punish Abusive Mortgagees

Here’s Proof that A Talented Attorney Can Beat the Stuffing out of a Crooked Mortgage Lender Okay to distribute this freely. THE BEAUTY OF BROWN V QUICKEN LOANS The outcome of the Brown v Quicken Loans case gives hope to all mortgage victims and should embarrass all Foreclosure Pretense Defense Attorneys.  This compilation  shows the public and the legal […]

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Mortgage-Related Laws, Regs, Rules, Cases

Whether or not a person can afford an attorney, it makes good sense to know the law, rules, regulations related to the case, and to know how and where to find case law.  OBVIOUSLY, you should go to a law library or consult an attorney if you can find a competent one willing to fight […]

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