In several previous posts; April 5, 2013 Failure to Comply with PSA Results in Void Judgment; and
August 2, 2013 Update on Failure to Comply with PSA, I argued that Homeowners facing foreclosure are entitled to assert the failure to comply with the pooling and servicing agreement. I stated that the failure to comply with the PSA would result in a void transfer of the promissory note or a void assignment of the mortgage. In a post September 29, 2015 Anh Nguyet Tran vs. Ban
The Law Office of Bruce M. Broyles: Ohio Homeowners may be able to Assert Failure to C...: In several previous posts; April 5, 2013 Failure to Comply with PSA Results in Void Judgment; and August 2, 2013 Update on Failure to Comp...
When the California Courts issued the decision of Glaski v. Bank of America, supra, 218 Cal.App.4th 1079, I did not get that excited and did not pay much attention. Glaski was issued in a "non-judicial" state; Glaski involved a claim for wrongful foreclosure; it was an appellate decision; and other Appellate decisions distinguished or criticied Glaski. However, the recent decision of Yvanova vs. New Century Mortgage Corporation, in which the California Supreme Court determi