mers: Challenging wrongful foreclosure in California is getting tougher with cases like Fontenot Ferguson and Gomes - 07/16/12 09:46 AM

 
CALIFORNIA WRONGFUL FORECLOSURE UPDATE - 2011
We have been talking about foreclosure defense for the last four plus years and in that time we have seen alot of legal challenges, lawsuits, and alot of legal theories put to the test.  Recently, we have blogged on the big three cases that have come down this year that make it much harder to challenge:
Banks that tell people to stop making their loan payments if they want loan modification help, and then foreclsoing on them behind their back;  Failure to strictly follow with and comply with California non-judicial foreclosure laws;  Situations … (0 comments)

mers: Arizona foreclosure and bankruptcy lawyer discusses whether you can get our house back after foreclosure - 01/09/11 12:06 PM
If your house sells, you are in a tough spot in California and Arizona.
Normally, we would need to see if there was any fraud/robosigner in the sub of trustee. It is tough to reverse a sale where the notice of default and notice of sale and other documents were validly executed. We charge for an initial up-front review of your documents, and chain of title. No guarantees we find anything, and no guarantee we file anything. We need good faith grounds to file a foreclosure lawsuit. Once the house is sold, they (the lender, loan servicer, etc.) normally argues you … (0 comments)

mers: Can you challenge "title" in an Arizona unlawful detainer (forcible entry and detainer) action? - 11/10/10 02:06 AM
PART ONE of TWO PART SERIES (part two can be found here)
ARIZONA LANDLORD TENANT LAW FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - HOMEOWNER RIGHTS FOLLOWING FORECLOSURE.  CAN YOU CHALLENGE THEIR LEGAL TITLE IN A FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER ("FED") ACTION?
 
COMMON FORECLOSURE SCENARIO: You were trying to work out a loan modification, and the lender/loan servicer and their offshore call center agents tell you that you are okay, that the house won't be sold, and then the sale date is extended.  You trust them and rely on what they are saying.  Then, you get the knock on the door "your house … (0 comments)

 
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