Tag Archives: Carpenter v. Longan
Why Not Simply Follow The Law? Yale Law Journal’s Novel Idea for Foreclosure Judgments
In a recent post (Judges: Not Dupes—TOTALLY In On It), we decided that when it comes to foreclosure cases, judges are not guileless, impartial innocents deceived by wily banks into throwing people into the street. No, the judges are (to … Continue reading
“Welcome to Freddie and Fannie’s Mortgage Shell Game”: Still As True As The Day It Was First Published
Due to some recent concerns from well-respected foreclosure fighters concerning this fantastic article from the great Shawn Newman possibly being disappeared from the Internet, we present “Welcome to Freddie and Fannie’s Mortgage Shell Game,” still as true today as it … Continue reading
“Substantial Evidence” of “Forged” Endorsements: Wells Fargo Loses One
The money quote (pun very much intended) from Judge Robert Drain’s Memorandum of Decision, filed yesterday in a New York bankruptcy case regarding a Texas property in which attorney Linda Tirelli is representing the homeowner: I conclude that the foregoing … Continue reading
COPS AND COURTS: WE DON’T HAVE TO FOLLOW THE LAW–BUT YOU DO
Perhaps you’ve seen this incredible video, which I saw for the first time today: In it, a police officer actually says these words (0;42) : “Obama has decimated the friggin’ Constitution. So I don’t give a damn–if he doesn’t follow … Continue reading
WILL SUPREME COURT STEP UP AND MAKE COURTS FOLLOW THE LAW?
Don’t count on it, but it would be great if they would. And there is a petition for a writ of certiorari in the case of Duncan K. Robertson v. GMAC Mortgage LLC et al. which could have that effect. Below … Continue reading
IS THERE EVEN A “NOTE HOLDER” TO PAY?
Reaction to a post at Living Lies today in which Neil Garfield said: “If the owner can’t be known, are we really saying that the borrower still owes the money on the fictitious debt that was described in ether note … Continue reading
5th Circuit Court Makes Mockery of Precedent
IMPORTANT NOTE/DISCLAIMER: The following article is not and should not be construed as legal advice and was not written by an attorney. It is merely a collection of common-sense, rational observations written by a sane, rational layperson with common sense. … Continue reading