Monthly Archives: May 2011

Helpful Tool for Lawsuits in MERS-related foreclosures

A potentially significant piece of usable evidence for lawsuits has come in the form of consent orders agreed between the Federal Reserve and ten banks. ¬†According to the Federal Reserve press release: The banks are: Bank of America Corporation; Citigroup … Continue reading

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Fixing our little Automatic Stay Problem

In the last positing, I spoke about the legal problem that my family is facing. We have an active Unlawful Detainer suit against us, and worse is that they have a Default Judgment against me. It’s a dangerous situation because … Continue reading

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Watch Those Changing Laws

As the date of my Unlawful Detainer (eviction) trial drew closer, my attorney was getting increasingly puzzled. The Plaintiffs (opposing side) were making no effort to overturn the Automatic Stay on the bankruptcy. When a Bankruptcy is filed, the most … Continue reading

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