Judge Robert Drain has a message for Wells Fargo: “Forged” foreclosure documents don’t cut it in New York’s federal courts.
In a stunning 30-page decision on January 28, Drain, a federal bankruptcy judge in New York’s Southern District, blasted Wells Fargo, America’s largest mortgage servicer, for false documents it used in trying to prove its right to foreclose on Westchester County resident Cynthia Carrsow Franklin’s home. Continue reading →
You (our readers) are the jury in a case where the Pro Se homeowner is fighting against 2 high power attorney firms (yeah, 2 Goliaths against a small David)… where the homeowner was denied a jury trial. The bank attorneys say that a Steven Nagy stamp – allegedly on the backside of a note, is the “original” document. The Plaintiff bank has entered the note as an original exhibit in the complaint.
Your vote counts – what do you think? Here is the undated, incomplete, Steve Nagy stamped page – allegedly to be the back side of the original note. What do your think? Please take the poll below or write a comment. Continue reading →
In 2010, Meg Rehrauer, a J.D. Candidate at Northeastern University School of Law, wrote a memorable paper:
REGAINING THE WONDERFUL LIFE OF HOMEOWNERSHIP POST-FORECLOSURE DEFENDING HOMEOWNERS FROM EVICTION AFTER FORECLOSURE BY ATTACKING THE OWNERSHIP RIGHTS OF THE FORECLOSING ENTITY
It’s Christmas 2 years later and we’re still reeling in foreclosures and frauds committed by the banks because America is stuck in the portion of George Bailey’s dream as if he hadn’t been born. Continue reading →