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Congressional Report on Foreclosure Fraud- Bank to Congress- We Got’s Problems……


  • lawgrace says:

    After all of the “˜ring around the rosy’, basically pointless ” Congressional Foreclosure Report” (comprised of data from people who have for years foretold the very problem for which the report states NOTHING about Congressional corrective action), the surest, always-has-been-way to avert mortgage and foreclosure fraud, is for Congress to DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM: COURTROOM JUDGES.

    Even when illegal, fraudulent foreclosure results in PRIMA FACIE economic harms, the lack of legal advocacy can impede judicial remedies; and banks are able to escape incrimination. In the state where I reside, the welcome mat has been out for decades, authorizing banks to disregard Constitutional law, rules for mortgage recordation, deeds, conveyances, lawful seizures and foreclosures ““and there’s sparse culpability for tortuously injuring property owners. Not always need there be “class action,” yet civil action [before an ethical] court is EXACTLY what is needed for this:

    Foreclosure Gang Rape, Louisiana Style. . .(re: Wells Fargo)

  • says:


    Thanks for a link to this report. With this report Congress has been put on notice of the foreclosure problems facing our nation. I put a link to this on the ABA Journal Law New Now story about the Rolling Stones article. Keep up the great work.

    Neil Gillespie
    Ocala, Florida

  • lawgrace says:

    Request for Congressional Foreclosure Panel to Examine Foreclosure Lawyers

    “Although increasing numbers of courts are continuing to reject improper and fraudulent foreclosures, the Congressional Foreclosure Panel examination of mortgage services and foreclosure practices did not include foreclosure lawyers.

    Lawyers are officers of the court; knowledge of applicable laws and civil procedure is not required from mortgage lenders. In states that require judicial foreclosures, lawyers are the ones who file lawsuits to seize and sell property; and lawyers are responsible for filing and recording foreclosure property deeds.

    An investigation could prove helpful to sorting out whether improper and illegal foreclosure proceedings are linked to any self-dealing conduct disadvantaging lenders, investors, homeowners, and city governments. . .”

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