SUDDENLY APPEARING ENDORSEMENTS USED BY BANK-TRUSTEES IN FORECLOSURES

Now the question begging to be asked…do these voila endorsements make these notes UCC Article 3 or Article 8 & 9 instruments?

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SUDDENLY APPEARING ENDORSEMENTS USED BY BANK-TRUSTEES IN FORECLOSURES

42 CASES WITH SUDDENLY APPEARING ENDORSEMENTS 

“The Court is concerned, as a result, that OneWest does not hold the Endorsed Note. But, perhaps more significantly, the Court is concerned that OneWest has determined that business expediency and cost containment are more important than complete candor with the courts.”[1]

 –  In Re Jessie M. Arizmendi (At the time of this California foreclosure decision in 2011, the homeowner/debtor, Ms. Arizmendi, was a frail 86-year-old with hearing loss and difficulty walking.)

This article discusses 42 cases with suddenly appearing (often called “ta-da”) endorsements.  In each case, a bank-trustee tried to foreclose on behalf of a mortgage-backed trust.  Most of these cases began with the filing of an unendorsed note that was described in the bank’s pleadings as a true and correct copy of the original note.  Several of the Florida cases…

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