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Foreclosure Fraud - BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff, vs. BILL R. STENTZ AKA WILLIAM R. STENTZ, et al

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Mon, 12/06/2010 - 12:40 | 782208 it aint paranoi...
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“A thief who steals a check payable to bearer becomes the holder of the check… but does not become the owner of it.”

How is this any different than paper fiat money?

We possess the "check", but we do not own squat. 

 

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 12:26 | 782113 it aint paranoi...
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“A thief who steals a check payable to bearer becomes the holder of the check… but does not become the owner of it.”

 There has to be a great slogan mired in this.  To wakeup the sheeple appeal to them in their own "language",  "Entertain me". 

 

Something  that will go viral, but not Bang da ho.

 

My apologies if this has been done already.

 By already done, I mean the slogan- Not Bang da ho.  I'm trying to avoid comments on  "has done already" part.  Not as if you've 'done already' the "Ho."

 

 

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 11:32 | 781978 MrSteve
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If the best advice is to hire an attorney to clear up the "error" in the misfiled foreclosure suit, she should hire an attorney who will also sue the court in a civil suit for corrupt practices which caused her mental anguish and anxiety. $KaCHING$ Let the judges and the court's Master WAKE UP! and demand genuine due process from attorneys appearing in front of them.

How are the courts any different from the banks if they are also just letting any documentation slide through their process? Like ol' Daniel Boone said, Make sure you're right then go ahead.

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 10:22 | 781766 SwingForce
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Stern's foreclosure mistake leads two to buy same house

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/fl-home-sold-twice-1204-20101203,0,7910012.story

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 07:39 | 781578 Rusty Shorts
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Virginia resident gets foreclosure notice on Port St. Lucie home she sold in 1994

http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2010/dec/03/virginia-resident-gets-foreclosure-notice-on-st/

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 04:53 | 781498 honestann
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For starters:

Terminate JPM.
Terminate BAC.
Terminate GoldmanShafts.
Terminate the FederalReserve.
Terminate all ratings corporations.
Terminate fractional reserve practices.
Terminate all large financial organizations.
Terminate the federal government of the USSA.

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 04:41 | 781487 cranky-old-geezer
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Wonder why the Judge is giving legal advice to the plaintiff.

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 02:55 | 781389 Boxed Merlot
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If a servicing agency received an insurance payout for the promissory note or portion of notes in a bundle, title ownership for those paid in full accounts is then transferred to the insurance agency that indemnified the lot doesn't it?  And since ultimately, that "insurance agency" was in fact a branch of the government, that would mean title ownership will have come full circle and reverts to the local recording agency that issued the original title upon filing of the notice of completion doesn't it?

Now, how does that work if the Fed exchanged FRNs for Timmy Bills backed by those instruments?  Who is the "owner" now? Do you suppose they'll accept a handful of beads in exchange for the right of possession?

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 01:47 | 781324 Its the Vatican...
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Yeah, the courts will save the defendants.

Yeah, THAT'S the ticket. It's not like THE COURTS are corrupt or anything.

Nah, they'll see the light and act accordingly by making nice, objective, resonable judgements in favor of the little guy-- I can FEEL it.

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 01:00 | 781246 gwar5
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Let the banks fail. Maybe they'll wise up.

If these companies were in another business they'd be gone already.

 

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 00:59 | 781245 Bring the Gold
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Hey 4closurefraud or anyone else. I have a friend who lives in Oregon who is facing foreclosure partially due to some malfeasance during her attempt to restructure her loan. I'm wondering where I can point her so she can find legal recourse in Oregon. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help here. 

Tue, 12/07/2010 - 00:14 | 784624 suckapump
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BtG,

I'd start here: http://livinglies-findlawyer.socialgo.com/groups.html

See also:

http://livinglies.wordpress.com/emergency-workshop-in-santa-monica-94/oh...

I'd offer to help your friend, but I'm only admitted to practice in CA, not OR. :-(

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 00:25 | 781178 HCSKnight
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Good, about time.

AMDG

HCSKnight

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 00:24 | 781175 Captain Benny
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Awesome.  Now if only judges would get fed up and ultimately put a stop to this once and for all instead of granting 30 days here and there...

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 00:12 | 781161 Mr Poopra
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Spent my mortgage money on silver bitchez!

Mon, 12/06/2010 - 00:57 | 781237 66Sexy
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Daly vs First Bank of Montgomery

"Only God can create something of value out of nothing." Justice Martin V Mahoney

 

Tue, 12/07/2010 - 00:20 | 784632 suckapump
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Part of the problem is that words used in law often share two concurrent meanings: 1) the plain, commonly understood meaning; and 2) the legally-significant meaning. The word "holder" is one of these words. In legal terms it does not mean "possessor". It means someone who is legally entitled to the promise it represents. So a "holder" of a note endorsed in blank might actually be entitled to foreclose.

However, to become a holder, you must meet several criteria, not the least of which are: 1) you cannot become a holder as a result of your own fraud; and 2) you must actually own the debt (i.e., the debt cannot have already been sold to an investor, the taxpayer, or both).

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