OHIO FRAUDclosure: Huge Pay & Bonuses for Fannie & Freddie Executives...: In an attempt to "cover-up" the insidious and outrageous bonuses they had planned to award themselves, a Fannie Mae insider was told to leak...
The Occupy Wall Street Movement is making a concerted effort to focus the attention on the Foreclosure Crisis in America. It will not take the Standardized media long to attempt to marginalize this effort as "people who just want a free home"; "deadbeats", and "people who bought more house than they could afford". On December 6, 2011, there will be National Day of Action.
See, http://occupyourhomes.org/ andhttp://ohiofraudclosure.blogspot.com/
Regardless of what was the
There are a number of articles discussing the OCC and the Independent Foreclosure Review so I recently viewed the Office of Comptroller of Currency's website and some of the consent orders that were entered into by the Banks. The Consent Orders are nothing more than settlement agreements. The Consent Orders list numerous items of wrongdoing that have been discovered in one or more files, but it is not determined to be an industry-wide occurence let alone the standard operat
I previously wrote and stated that the plan in defending foreclosures was to simply treat a complaint for foreclosure like real litigation. This may have been misinterpreted as a strategy to drive up litigation costs and thereby force the bank to settle. This is not a winning strategy. Who is in a better position to fund litigation than a bank?
Instead, by defending the foreclosure complaint numerous defenses emerge. The Lender did not do things properly. The deposit
The law office opened space in Boardman, Ohio; we placed an advertisement in the phone book, and new business cards were printed. The image above is the back of the new business card. This is really a different avenue for the law office. Normally, people talk to one another about legal issues they might have encountered. It comes up in casual conversation. Referrals occur because people seek out an attorney; ask their friends about an attorney or actually know an attorne
The Ohio Supreme Court in U.S. Bank NA vs. Duvall Case No. 2011-218 was set to determine the issue of standing, but decided that the case was rendered moot when U.S. Bank released the mortgage lien as paid in full. A pending case of U.S. Bank NA vs. Perry Ohio Supreme Court Case No. 2011-170 was stayed pending the outcome of Duvall.
On October 7, 2011, the Ohio Supreme Court continued the briefing in Perry now pending the outcome in Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. vs. D