Foreclosure Defense Florida

DAVID STERN EXPOSE AND THE EPIC TRIAL OF INDYMAC V. DAVIS

stern-foreclosure-kingToday’s front page article in the St. Petersburg Times drives home the very important point that this circuit and this community is standing up and taking serious notice of the absurd and abusive practices of the foreclosure mills.

Read the full article here.

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The abuses of these Plaintiffs continue to be driven home the more we push into these cases.   Despite good faith efforts to resolve one of the most important foreclosure cases pending in Pinellas County and perhaps the entire state, Indymac v. Davis, it appears that this case is indeed going to trial.

We will put on full display the very real abuses and questionable tactics employed by these Plaintiffs all across the country.   When this is concluded, the full specter of these abuses will be displayed for all the world to see. Stay tuned and for every attorney and advocate who is involved with Indymac litigation, be prepared for an avalanche of evidence and testimony that will be incredibly valuable in your cases.

KEEP UP THE GOOD, THE HONORABLE AND THE ETHICAL FIGHT!

5 Comments

  • speakout says:

    I beat Stern in my case. – pro se. Yea!

    He filed fraudulent assignment documents, back dated and signed as if he was the lender. Proved fraud, case dismissed and debt cancelled and lein released.

    All the banks have gotten paid 2 and 3 times on these loans, through selling the security certificates and then credit default swap insurance, collateralizations, etc. , etc. and the government (people) bailed them out in TARP. The economy collapsed because they used our notes to leverage themselves 10+ times over and sold the inflated derivitives to overseas companies and governments. When these investors found out, they stopped buying and the money wheel stopped, causing our banking system to come to a halt, causing the economy to shut down, people lost jobs, couldn’t get lines of credit to run their businesses, etc. and through loss of income couldn’t make their payments on their loans. The banks are 100% responsible for this mess. They set us up to fail, so they could profit again in the foreclosure game.

    If foreclosures are done in equity, per UCC or equivalent, aren’t they only allowed to claim the amount they have invested in the security instrument as the “claim for damages”? They must show accounting records per GAAP, which will show the lender got paid the day the loan funded. The lenders have written off the debt, sold the notes, and now are foreclosing on everyones homes and getting deficiency judgements. It is outrageous the corruption of the bankers. The banks don’t lend their own money, it is an exchange – your note for the check at closing. It is only a computer entry, they must show they lent their OWN money. The reason we have a pyramid on our dollar bills is because the whole banking system is a pyramid scheme. Sorry to have to tell the truth, but it’s time. Request the 1099 OID and accounting records from origination, signed sworn affidavit under penalty of perjury – the courts must require this.

  • Christopher Forrest says:

    Agreed. I have found Kahane & Associates to be professional and diligent in their handling of foreclosure cases. If the banks stopped using foreclosure mills and started using firms like Kahane in greater numbers, the system would function much better.

    • kazbahone says:

      I do not agree at all…these people are just as bad as Stern. 2012 same blank docs as digger62 list.

  • Digger62 says:

    I beg to differ. I have NOT seen a single foreclosure filing ” professional”. I am currently reviewing a file from Kahane & Associates, same fraud garbage, signatures as VP of Bank ( easily proven fraud), timelines of documents inconsistent with Bank ( Bank failed before summons filed). The complaint itself is shorter, but still the same necessary documents omitted and those filed fraudulent (and provable).

    • jennifer murphy says:

      Can I get some of those documents for exhibits in my Audit I am working on a few cases that include indymac and Kahane & associates!!

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