With this government shutdown, the least Congress could do is call a moratorium on foreclosures and evictions. Maybe President Trump should make an executive order since Congress isn’t doing their job??
Hat tip Michael Bazemore
It’s not easy to see but if you look at the court docket after a ruling against the parties designated as “foreclosing parties” you can see that these cases are often dismissed with reference to an agreement or settlement between the parties.
The typical pleading asking the court to dismiss the case will read as follows:
IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED by and between Plaintiff X and Defendant Y that pursuant to [Federal][State] Rule of Civil Procedure (41(a)(2) [Federal] this action and all causes of action contained therein shall be dismissed with prejudice.
It is further Stipulated by and between Plaintiff and Defendant that each party shall bear their own costs and attorney fees associated with this action.
The parties are submitting a proposed order of dismissal concurrently with this Stipulation.
I took that wording from a case involving a homeowner asserting rights, among other things, that…
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