Foreclosure Defense Florida

BOMBSHELL- Potentially Tragic Consequences

foreclosure-law-flThe bombshells are going to start falling like infantry fire on a battlefield….there are consequences for lies and fraud and open deceit….

Judges can either ignore the blatant lies, fraud and deceit or they can enter the Orders just like this one.   If they enter Orders like this it will be a sign to the American people that there is some fairness and equity left in this country.   All it takes is a few mortgages being wiped out as a penalty for fraud and deceit before the world will really, really take notice of the battle we’ve all been fighting for so many years.

This is not just about fighting for individual homes in foreclosure, it’s about fighting for the heart and soul of America.   There must be some victory for the Common Man and Orders like this are it….

BOMBSHELLORDER

4 Comments

  • owengar says:

    OMG. now there is a motion that is going to wake some people up. Hitting them hard where it hurts, after how hard they’ve been hitting at us.

  • litgant says:

    People need to get what happened. The promissory note is the security backed up by the mortgage. The banks hold the note (supposedly), and say the payments are in default. They foreclose on the mortgage. The very second the judge declares a default and a summary judgment is granted, the summary judgment in the amount claimed by the Bank, REPLACES THE PROMISSORY NOTE! The promissory note is now DEAD. It cannot be collected upon any more. If a Bank ask a judge to then dismiss the case AFTER the SJ has been granted, the DISMISSAL immediately makes the SJ uncollectable and in doing so, wipes out the whole debt. The judge acted properly and granted a sanction in the amount of the SJ and the defendant got his house free. Stern will have to pay the Bank for his goof and stupidity.
    Here is where it is important that lawyers for the defendants know thier stradegy. In a foreclosure there should be several battle plans and stradegies. The problem is, many defense lawyers are reacting to each denial and then scrambling to find another battle plan. With all the decisions handed down by compentent judges, and the different manner in which cases are won: lawyers for defendants should be able to lay out their stradegies and perfect their arguments and case law. We could have more victories like this lawyer lady won for her client.
    I appreciate attorneys like Matt Weidner, Thomas Ice, and Mark Stopa whose firms are forefront in opposing foreclosure fraud. I also applaud Lisa Epstein and Mike Redman, our two great Americans for their work helping so many in this crisis.
    We must continue to demand all foreclosures be stopped. We must demand that all fraud be prosecuted. We must demand all foreclosure mills be closed down. We must demand the rule of law in our courts. We must demand no more fraudulent notes, mortgages, service of process, forged signatures, and perjured affidavits. We must demand MERS be made to pay billions of dollars in recording fees to every county in America defrauded of the filing fees on transfer of mortgages and notes. We must demand all lawyers involved in fraud be disbarred and removed from the legal system. We must also demand judges who do not preside with rule of law be removed and or we MUST VOTE ALL OF THEM OUT.
    America, go to the polls, that is where we must win part of this fight for the soul of our country: private property rights.

  • steven0329 says:

    “The very second the judge declares a default and a summary judgment is granted, the summary judgment in the amount claimed by the Bank, REPLACES THE PROMISSORY NOTE! The promissory note is now DEAD. It cannot be collected upon any more. If a Bank ask a judge to then dismiss the case AFTER the SJ has been granted, the DISMISSAL immediately makes the SJ uncollectable and in doing so, wipes out the whole debt.”

    Really? Wow. Can you elaborate?

  • JamesM2 says:

    I see the order linked above. I would prefer to see the motions that resulted in the order.

    It seems that ‘litgant’ has some direct knowlage of the case.

    The sequence that litgant outlines suggests note canceled by summary judgement, and then a motion to dismiss. I am not sure how you can voluntary dismiss after wining, it is over, the judgment stands, does it not?

    Either way, I don’t see grounds for sanctions in Litgant’s outline. I am not sure shooting your self in the foot is grounds for sanctions.

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