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Foreclosure Abuse Rampant. Floriduh’s Answer: Let’s Speed Up Foreclosures!

foreclosure-abuseAnother week, another round of stories about how the entire foreclosure process is beset with abuses, fraud, errors.   Add to this the unavoidable, inconvenient truth that we have more than enough homeless families to fuel this second Great Depression for the next decade or so while at the same time the banks are sitting on tens of thousands of vacant and abandoned homes already.   And how many foreclosure cases have they abandoned in our courthouses, the so called “filed and forgotten” cases.

Our country and this state in particular are in a real mess when these conditions provoke a reaction of “Let’s drive this bus off the cliff faster” rather than,

“Let’s all work together to fix what is wrong.

It is in fact either the height of lunacy or diabolically evil when a government it taking a path that seeks not to fix a broad based and catastrophically failed system, but rather wants to strengthen and give more power to a broken system that is destroying our nation’s civil justice system.   This is in fact what is happening.   Watch, look and listen all around you.   The People understand that “their” court system, “their” government is failing them.   Failing to protect them from the lies and the crimes of the banks, failing to punish gross wrongdoing, failing to use existing laws to level the playing field and instill some order in chaos.

Against all this, Florida’s Legislature is hell bent on passing legislation that would speed up the process and lower barriers to proper adjudication of legal claims and thorough analysis of wrongs.

It all comes up for an important vote in the Florida Senate on Monday….make your calls, DO YOUR PART!

From Reuters:

“Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and we’re beyond the smoke stage. There’s fires in county recording offices across the country.”

The audit of almost 400 foreclosures in San Francisco found that 84 percent of them appeared to be illegal, according to the study released by the California city on Wednesday.

“The audit in San Francisco is the most detailed and comprehensive that has been done – but it’s likely those numbers are comparable nationally,” Diane Thompson, an attorney at the National Consumer Law Center, told Reuters.

YAHOO

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