LIVING LIES: “But since hardly anyone persists, the banks continue to stonewall. Despite the fact that the foreclosure is a hoax, they win because homeowners either give up or don’t pay a lawyer enough money to really litigate the case for them. They want the result without paying for it. Our system doesn’t work that way…”
LIVING LIES: “It’s complicated. Giving the investors money was a pay down of the obligation owed by the investment Banks, not the Borrowers. It didn’t change anything in the trust.
But that begs the real question. The trust never owned anything to begin with. The trust does not exist as a legal person under any law of any jurisdiction simply because there is absolutely nothing in it. Therefore there is no law that could or would support any claim on behalf of a REMIC trust as a claimant in bankruptcy, a Plaintiff in judicial foreclosure or a beneficiary in nonjudicial foreclosure.
Yes it is that simple. But getting there is difficult particularly when dealing with widely held misconceptions of the facts. And failure to raise the point might in effect give the lawyers for “the trust” judicial standing for the purpose of that action in court.”
LIVING LIES: “The bottom line is that every decision regarding payoff, collection, forbearance and foreclosure must satisfy the conditions of the alleged REMIC securitization.
The securitization is most often proffered in court in the form of a Pooling and Servicing Agreement (PSA) which in turn is supposed to have a Mortgage Loan Schedule (MLS) attached but the MLS is actually a fabricated document that didn’t exist when the PSA was created.
So if you want to settle a foreclosure, it must pass through several layers of approvals, and the authority for each level is in considerable doubt.”
Source: The Reason Why the PSA Becomes Part of the Loan Contract and Therefore the Borrower Has Standing to at Least Make Inquiries About the PSA Terms, Exhibits and Actual Workings of the Parties to It
Besides giving the obvious relief to many homeowners facing dispossession from their homes, this provides homeowners with a unique period of time in which they can prepare to confront the participants who are pursuing schemes of illegal foreclosures. While most foreclosures and evictions will be suspended don’t make the mistake of thinking they are cancelled.…