Another day, another case of a foreclosure mill misleading the court….the consequences in this case….again….the case by the Plaintiff is dismissed.
The full article is here. From the Order:
Because U.S. Bank really never held the note, what the lawyers were claiming wasn’t true, the judge said.
” The court was misled,” Traynor wrote in an order dismissing the case. He added that judges ” should be able to confidently rely on the statements made by counsel.”
” As officers of the court, attorneys should ensure that the facts they represent as true “¦ are correct and accurate,” Traynor wrote.