Archive | May, 2013

FEDERAL COURT IN CALIF SAYS BOA VIOLATED 2013 LAW – STOPS FORECLOSURE

Consumer Rights Defenders…cites the verbatim transcript of the USDC East. Dist. Calif’s ruling in the SINGH case decided in April 2013.  This is significant as this is one of the initial rulings that may be used in other litigation in arguing collateral estoppel [facts established that cannot be revisited, that could be Judicially Noticed] in […]

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CRD Helps a Calif. Tenant Win Injunction and Stop an Eviction in Placer County on 5-24-13!!!!!

From Consumer Rights Defenders, Inc., Litigation team GOOD NEWS in California… …in the case we identify as Jasbir B. v. Patrick F. from a Calif Superior Court case in Placer County from last Friday, May 24, 2013 , the plaintiff wrongfully obtained a default judgment in an eviction case. CRD’s legal team guided Mr. F, […]

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Washington State Defeats MERS based Foreclosures

From our friends in Washington….Call us to get your case started in Washington!!! Tuesday, March 05, 2013 Foreclosure robosigning violated Washington Consumer Protection Act Klem v. Washington Mutual Bank, No. 87105 (Wash. 2013) This story of foreclosure misbehavior raises a number of questions, including (1) how many people did this happen to who simply weren’t […]

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