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Jesinoski Loses in Trial Court, proving Neil Garfield WRONG

Garfield Wrong – Jesinoski Loses, Big Time Jesinoski v. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., 134 S. Ct. 1935 – Supreme Court 2014 JESINOSKI v. Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., Dist. Court, Minnesota 2016 Neil Garfield and his minions and fellow incompetent “Lawyers who get it” across America have ballyhooed the January 2015 SCOTUS decision that Larry and […]

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Saterback Opinion Destroys PSA/Assignment Arguments Post-Yvanova

I saw the California Yvanova case as much ado about nothing.  The borrower, Yvanova, sued for wrongful foreclosure because she discovered that the lender New Century Mortgage had, in bankruptcy, wrongfully assigned her note to a securitizer rather than allowing the bankruptcy liquidation trustee do it.  That meant the securitization trust had no rightful ownership of the […]

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USDC Opinion DESTROYS Neil Garfield Legal Theories

The Tennessee western USDC denounced most if not all of the arguments Garfield made in his recent ridiculous postings on LivingLies blog. Jones v. SELECT PORTFOLIO SERVICING, INC.,  Dist. Court, WD Tennessee 2016 – Google Scholar https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=2270799973752803209&scilh=0 Here see just a few of Garfield’s idiotic postings: Down to the Nitty Gritty: Holder vs Owner of […]

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Mayer-Brown Whines about Brown v Quicken Loans Punitive Damage Award

In this article the author, from a law firm that specializes in beating up state courts for what the author considers excessive punitive damages awards, ATTACKED the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals for using procedural tricks to prevent the US Supreme Court from reviewing the award of $2.17 Million in punitive damages and $600K […]

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Why Foreclosure Courts Want Proof that the Lender Injured the Borrower

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY v. Gardner, 2015 PA Super 219 – Pa: Superior Court 2015 https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=5819170402171567967 In this TILA rescission appeal the court explained exactly why the borrower must tender in order to complete the rescission, and why the court has the power to rearrange the process, including the tender and lien removal sequence […]

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How to Hammer Out Cash for Mortgage Victims

  Proof of Methodology Check out this proof (linked below) of how hugely mortgage victims can win a wad of cash if you will only learn how (and commit) to attack the validity of the loan.  NO OTHER methodology wins compensation for mortgagors. Hammer v Residential (2015) Hammer v Residential Credit Solutions – 2015-USDC-ILND-1_13-cv-06397-0 Click the […]

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Dilemmas of Appraising and Mortgaging Land Separate from Improvements

  Copyright © 15 November 2014 by Bob Hurt.  All rights reserved.  Distribute intact freely. Traditional Lending In this modern age where every smart phone out-computes office computers of the early 1980’s, why do Americans suffer mortgages with the same terms on the land as on the improvements?  Surely, investors’ computers and MBA finance specialists […]

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Securitization Audits Worthless in Spite of Glaski

I have compiled an array of articles dealing with the California 5th District Court of Appeals RED HERRING case known as “Glaski.”  I refer to it as a red herring because foreclosure defense buffs love delaying foreclosure proceedings using securitization arguments that ALWAYS ULTIMATELY FAIL to save the house from foreclosure.  Glaski lost the house […]

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Developing a Mortgage Attack Mentality

I’m Mort Gezzam, the Main Maven here at MortgageAttack.Com.  I want to say a few words about the importance of developing a Mortgage Attack mentality.  Back in 2008 I put on a foreclosure defense seminar and invited 5 self-appointed “whizbangs” to impart their wisdom to a room of 60 mortgage investors  whom the financial crisis […]

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