Tag Archives: California Supreme Court

First Yvanova, Now Hernandez—Courts Warming Up to Homeowner Arguments

California homeowner advocate Sherry Hernandez is feeling great these days about her efforts to fight her wrongful foreclosure by Penny Mac (i.e., PNMAC). “I’m trying to enjoy my time because I know that it’s not going to be easy going … Continue reading

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“Standing” up for homeowners, against banks: Yvanova decision

This one–the Yvanova decision by the California Supreme Court–was a no-brainer, of course. Had the Court ruled that homeowners cannot challenge a bogus assignment, there would be no point in a bank or other purported holder of  California mortgages following … Continue reading

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CALI ATTORNEY SPEAKS ON CURRENT STATE OF FORECLOSURE DEFENSE, GLASKI, AND JUDGES

Recently I had a discussion with a California attorney named David who defends homeowners against foreclosures.  David also allowed that he had once worked for a law firm that defended banks, so the combination of those two sides of  David’s … Continue reading

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