Archive | July, 2015

Spokane pro se couple deposes BOA agent in 6 hour deposition to be posted here soon.

Consumer Rights Defenders News Desk: This week, a Washington pro se couple took a 6 hour deposition of Bank of America “person most qualified” who lied and denied under oath in their federal fraud suit against the bank. The transcript will be posted soon. Let us help you with your litigation. Ask us about this […]

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Standing being examined by Calif Courts of Appeal…keep up on the Rulings!!!

In June of 2014, the Second District Court of Appeal held that California’s non-judicial foreclosure statutes do not grant a defaulting borrower the right to enjoin a foreclosure sale by alleging that the lender lacks standing. (Keshtgar v. U.S. Bank, N.A. (2014) 226 Cal.App.4th 1201.) The California Supreme Court recently granted review of the Keshtgar […]

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CRD Helps Client facing sale to STOP foreclosure SALE.

From our Litigation office: CRD enabled another homeowner facing a foreclosure sale in Calif STOP the sale. In the case of Faith B. v. ***Bank in Riverside Co. Superior Court, the court granted her TRO [temp. restraining order]. See page bottom . Her preliminary injunction will be heard in a few weeks in the same […]

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Money Damages available in Wrongful foreclosure suits – Miles v. Deutsche Bank 2015

Our thanks to MSR in Calif for this well articulated article all need to absorb. _____________ In a wrongful foreclosure lawsuit, the plaintiff may recover tort damages – i.e., any damages proximately caused by the foreclosing defendant, the Fourth District Court of Appeal held last week. Miles v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. (April 29, […]

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Federal Laws may support a Overpayment suits against Home Sellers…..

Barriers to a More Competitive Brokerage Market Ten states forbid buyers’ brokers from rebating a portion of the sales commission to the consumer. Eight states require consumers to buy more services from sellers’ brokers than they may want, with no option to waive the extra items. HUD recently clarified its rule that rebates are permissible […]

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