ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT RULING: NASH ON STEROIDS!

“More significantly however, is that the use of MERS parallels what has happened in the schemes and artifices portrayed in the criminal aspects of the OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION conducted by this poster and his team of examiners.”

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BREAKING NEWS! 

In what appears to be a ruling that is likely to be appealed, the case of US Bank v Dimant_2013-CA-001130 appears to be an “extended blueprint” almost mirroring the Nash case, now before the 5th District Court of Appeals in Daytona. The matter was heard on January 12, 2016 and the four-page ruling was recorded in the official property records of St. Lucie County, Florida on February 15, 2016 at 5:10 p.m. as Instrument #4160020 in Book #3836, beginning at Page 2798.   Here is one of these cases that you certainly don’t hear about unless someone is paying close attention to the goings-on, because even California Attorney Al West and his team have been keeping a watchful eye on proceedings in the “sand states” (not discounting the recent Yvanova decision in California).

Significantly, the ruling found that:

  1. On May 13, 2005, there was a Mortgage recorded in…

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One thought on “ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT RULING: NASH ON STEROIDS!

  1. Do you have a copy of the pleading without the watermark words “COPY” running smack over the language . . . thanks so much if you do have a copy like that!

    People with astigma or similar vision problems trying to read multi layers of text at the same time (i.e., watermarking to prevent pirating also prevents reading) find it very difficult to read with watermarks running diagonally or horizontally on a page – I bring this up because I’ve never read Robert Janes paperwork I paid for in 2014 for the exact same reasons – watermarks protecting whoever but obstructing the readers ability to read!!! We miss out on the contents and knowledge of the works or pleadings you guys present, if we can’t read them! If anyone has this pleading without the watermarks please send – thanks!

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