Defective Paperwork Strips Mortgage Holder of Foreclosure Rights NO. 09-CV-10988-PBS

MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. and
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,

v

WARREN E. AGIN, TRUSTEE,

A Massachusetts federal judge has upheld a bankruptcy court ruling allowing a trustee to treat a mortgage as an unsecured claim, which strips the mortgage holder of foreclosure rights, because of defective mortgage paperwork.

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5 Responses to “Defective Paperwork Strips Mortgage Holder of Foreclosure Rights NO. 09-CV-10988-PBS”
  1. M.Payne says:

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Rich Engle says:

    Please enter my subscription.

  3. Ron Moss says:

    I am the victim of well planned out predatory lending exercised and executed sucker fraud by MortgageIt and Indymac. need class action lawyers to progress.

  4. Bruce Selin says:

    Perhaps this will ultimately lead to “rolling up” the obvious culpability and commensurate liability to where it truly belongs-the schmucks on Wall Street who devised these weapons of mass financial destruction- the MBSs, CDSs, etc. Keep up the good work. Bruce @ http://www.everettshortsaleblog Balancing the Scales for Homeowners

    • Lisa OHanlon says:

      http://kvisit.com/V7R0

      Judge worked for American Family who was involved in forced placed insurance over my property while she was the lead attorney. Documents ignored, no counsel, complete and total denial of due process. We have to be out by 4:30 and there is no way we can even do it.

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