MA Appellate Court Tells Chase They Can’t Sit on Two Chairs With One Ass

Great headline!
“Chase knows that the so-called underlying loans does NOT include ownership of the debts.” How about that!

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As Charles Marshall just quoted to me “it’s always refreshing when you find a judge who follows the law.”

Chase can’t say that the Trust owns the loan since 2006 and that the loan was owned by WAMU in 2008. It can’t be both. And it can only be one allegation that survives — the “first sale.”

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