Courts must stop ignoring these facts. Add this to the National Mortgage Settlement and various government agency Consent Orders mandating fraudulent (robo-signed), lacking actual bank officer signatures, be withdrawn and removed from state and court filings that have been ignored. We won’t be able to clean up the government until we enforce the court orders and completely remove and destroy all forged/fraudulent assignments/documents. And maybe in order to do that homeowners ought to continue to name and sue those people whose names have been used to forge the documents clouding the homeowners’ title.
In March of 2012, all of the major servicers and the 49 States Attorneys General (except Oklahoma) inked an agreement wherein the servicers would stop the then-common practice of “robosigning” documents. Six years later and it’s still going on. I thought it best to clarify a few things before discussing where we are today.
Robosigning was a term referenced often by the late Kings County, New York Judge Arthur Schack, wherein he described the act of affixing signatures to documents in such a manner that: (a.) the signatures were illegible; (b.) the signatures could have been affixed by anyone [also known as surrogate signing]; (c.) contained information that was grossly distorted or misrepresentative [in HSBC v Taher_Schack, he noted that the address of the REMIC was at the same address as that of Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC in Palm Beach County, Florida], and now Ocwen Financial…
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