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FLORIDA’S IBANEZ CASE- MANY, MANY FORECLOSURE DOCUMENTS APPEAR TAINTED WITH SUSPECT DOCUMENTS

Roman-Pino-CaseThose aren’t my words, that is a direct quote from Florida’s 4th District Court of Appeals.   Read the entire decision….it’s an indication of just how bad things really are.   Pay attention to the quote at the bottom of Page 5

MANY, MANY FORECLOSURE DOCUMENTS APPEAR TAINTED WITH SUSPECT DOCUMENTS

That statement should be terribly problematic…but then again, this is foreclosure court…right?

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5 Comments

  • Buyer says:

    Say Matt,

    Just in case you don’t know, there’s a LOT of folks out here using semi-current hardware/software who can’t upgrade to the latest Acrobat Reader. Today, virtually all of your PDF content is inaccessible to me. Wondered if it would be a big issue for you to save these files in one of the legacy formats?

    Thanks for the consideration.

  • triumphant says:

    Matt, what is much worse are the two sentences that FOLLOW your bold quote from the bottom of page 5:

    “The defendant has requested a denial of the equitable right to foreclose the mortgage at all. If this is an available remedy as a sanction after a voluntary dismissal, it may dramatically affect the mortgage foreclosure crisis in this State.”

    I’ll say it will dramatically affect it! But, unlike the excellent dissent, the majority opinion clearly reveals that its great concern runs to banks’ bottom lines and not to the rule of law or defrauded borrowers. A sad day.

  • triumphant says:

    How can BONY MELLON, in a new action, distance itself from the apparently fraudulent and conflicting evidence it offered up in the first action?

  • Thank you for this blog post! I’m doing a lot of research. Might it be alright to refer to this post as long as I reference it?

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