Foreclosure Defense Florida

Attorney General (not Bondi) Sues HSBC Bank for “brazenly ignoring foreclosure laws”

Meanwhile, in Florida…it’s still Mad Max And The Thunderdome, an out of control world where the criminals are rewarded with their own, court system, funded with their own fines and penalties…..From HSBC:

NEW YORK, June 4 (Reuters) – The state of New York plans to sue HSBC Holdings Plc for ignoring a law designed to protect struggling homeowners from being thrown into foreclosure without getting a chance to renegotiate their mortgages.

The lawsuit being filed by state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in Buffalo, New York, accuses HSBC of ignoring a state law that requires lenders to make a “request for judicial intervention” when they began a foreclosure action.

That process requires a settlement conference to be held within 60 days to allow homeowners to negotiate an alternative to foreclosure.

“Companies like HSBC are brazenly ignoring state law, leaving homeowners across New York stuck in a legal limbo where they can’t even get the legally required settlement conference that could help them keep their homes,” Schneiderman said in a statement.


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  • Sharron Fagans says:

    HSBC and its criminal foreclosure mills have more rights within the court system than homeowners. Our AG and governor find it more rewarding financially to back the crooks aka bankers than to protect the citizens of this State. Please contact me @

    I have a motion to dismiss hearing in July. I have researched the tactics of HSBC and Florida Default Law Group aka Ronald Wolfe Law Office and need some input. I am a retired senior paralegal. Thanks

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