OP-ED — The author of this post is a consultant to attorneys on chain of title issues and the system of things. This is not legal advice but rather an exploration down a path that few even think to travel.
“I was just doing my job.”
What kind of response do you think you’d get from a robosigner in a deposition when asked how they prepared or executed a recorded assignment?
Part of what I have not discussed in my series on GUTTING THE UNDERBELLY OF THE BEAST is what might inadvertently happen when documents are manufactured by third-party or servicer document mills with the intended purpose of causing them to be recorded in the land records to give standing to a plaintiff in an upcoming (or current) foreclosure case. For all intents and purposes, the documents were recorded to give some sort of legal force and effect, right? …
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