Integrity; completeness, wholeness 2. unimpaired condition, soundness 3.honesty, sincerity, etc.
reading the definition, they don't really have a prayer, do they?
Who, you may ask?
why the banks, investors, attorneys, mersters, servicers;
Okay this is a real easy test. Made up of just two parts.
Let me see. They told us they reviewed the docs and they met the criteria to foreclose, but
they really didn't, and they know they didn't, and they don't care.
not much gray area there, ya think?
They notorized signatures which they didn't witness, and in some cases they notorized a signature which actually didn't occur. Now that ones pretty cool, in a really dumb way. What happened was
the notary applied the seal, but the signer never signed. Really, this happened.
I know there's plenty more, but do they really have any chance of passing this section?
they hired people who were grossly unqualified to perform their jobs. They made fun of them in some cases referring to them as
"the Burger King Kids"
They didn't know much of anything, if in fact anything at all about mortgages, yet it was their job to review them. They couldn't find a "due on sale clause," with a road map, if they knew what it was. They had a simple solution. In some cases
they just threw the files away.
Now do you think the "Foreclosers" passed the test?
Let me make this easy;