Monthly Archives: March 2011

How could they? Wire evidence shows that the Note is mis-assigned.

Fascinating information is being gathered in my Adversarial Proceeding case against OneWest Bank (formerly Indymac), Deutsche Bank National Trust Corporation, and the Trust that securitized my house.  If you are in danger of foreclosure, you will find this information very, … Continue reading

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Gotcha! The hunting of a Robosigner.

The development of my Adversarial Proceeding lawsuit is continuing, and some very interesting things to come out last week.   Most important was the discovery that the Authorized Signatory for the bank (Indymac Bank) was a “robosigner”.  That ahs been … Continue reading

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Saving my house permanently, using bankruptcy

I am in the middle of a legal fight to save my house using a method called the Adversarial Proceeding, which is a lawsuit that is filed in Bankruptcy Court.  This is taking place in California, in the Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy and Foreclosure: Welcome

Welcome to Bankruptcy and Foreclosure: I’m a Real Estate investor who purchased property in 2006 and 2007, which was the beginning of a great adventure in Unintended Consequences.    I’m going to write about some of these consequences, including Bankruptcy … Continue reading

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