Hopefully Justice Gorsuch will be in place by the time this is reviewed and heard because he is a “Rule of Law” judge.
This is where the Does 1-100 come in…
Case: 16-16566, 02/16/2017, ID: 10322275, DktEntry: 24-1, Page 2 of 43 CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
[Fed. R. App. 26.1]
Pursuant to Fed. R. App. P. 26.1, defendant and appellee states:
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. MERSCORP Holdings, Inc. is owned by Maroon Holding, LLC. Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. is the only publicly-held corporation that individually owns 10% or more of Maroon Holding, LLC.
Same address as MERS:
MAROON HOLDING, LLC
1818 LIBRARY ST STE 300
RESTON, VA 20190
• Additional Entity Source(s):
o Corporate Filings – Secretary of State
• Location of Incorporation:
• Registered Agent:
o SHARON M HORSTKAMP – remember her? CLICK HERE
• Filing Date:
• Filing Number:
The Rule Ritual: Revealing for the First Time the Centuries Long Hidden Linguistic Origin of Rule Enterprise Reasoning Misleading Today’s Foreclosure Courts
The Foreclosure Hourthis Sunday turns attention away from individual cases to share with listeners some original basic research.
We will for the first time anywhere reveal new insight into the foreclosure crisis by challenging the basic philosophy behind the traditional legal reasoning of American Courts and hence of the entire legal profession.
On this Sunday’s live show we will explore the deep-seated, heretofore unseen semantic causes of the foreclosure crisis and the even Continue reading →
This ought to infuriate just about everyone… How much have we all in construction DONATED to Habitat for Humanity?! Well, let me shed some light on costs to build affordable housing, especially when there is so much labor donated. Separate the materials from the labor and materials will run about $36 -$42 psf on the high side. Full on licensed labor is usually less than $65 psf. Even if nothing is donated an entire affordable home would cost less than $100 psf. The larger the floor plan the less per square foot – it decreases.
What I found astounding, but not surprising is that Habitat for Humanity is in bed with Fannie Mae, of course… never miss a nickel or a chance to land grab, huh?
Community Organizations Through partnerships at the community level, Fannie Mae is able to meet the needs of families in a far more direct and impactful way. We work with established organizations in communities across the country to prevent foreclosure, revitalize neighborhoods, address homelessness, and much more. For example, in 2011 we partnered with HomeFree-USA, local community and elected officials, and area mortgage servicers to open a Mortgage Help Center in Prince George’s County, MD, to help struggling homeowners in the Washington, DC area. (Read more about Fannie Mae Mortgage Help Centers on page 19 of this report.) Also, as a result of our long-standing partnership with Habitat for Humanity, Fannie Mae employee volunteers built and refurbished homes and properties in particularly hard-hit communities. SeeA Report on Fannie Mae’s Mission Activities
These guys would securitize their mothers! How horrendous is it to target the poor and then overcharge them for their fictitiously free home – and then have the kahunas to foreclose on these folks?! Look in your land records office – these crooks even did 80/20 loans – and for someone who cannot afford a home any other way – that sure stinks like intent to tilt the homeowners right on into foreclosure.
Every state in the nation ought to sue the Habitat for Humanity organization, audit their books, follow the money and throw them out of the state! Deceptive advertising is the least of this – targeting the poor for the profits of securitization is morally corrupt; nah, worse than that – morally and mentally bankrupt.
It’s been a awhile since i posted anything, mainly because I was busy and as real life has a habit of doing, forces you to deal with it. While I was dealing with life, I had spoken with a neighbor who asked that I sit in with a group of neighbors on the street to hear their story. The people involved are homeowners who received their homes via Habitat for Humanity.
I’ve always thought of Habitat for Humanity as a good charity who helps people get a home, that they otherwise wouldn’t get. And that was as a far I as I saw it. I never went through the process they have, and didn’t dig much into how they operate. I assumed like most that this charity was good and my thoughts never went past that.
So I went and sat with the ten families on my street who…
Foreclosure Hour Workshop #28: Bank of America v. Reyes-Toledo —
An Important Starting Point for Exposing “The Great Deception” Hiding Who Is Really Foreclosing on American Homeowners
Hawaii has now joined Connecticut, Florida, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Vermont as the result of another recent landmark foreclosure-related decision of the Hawaii Supreme Court, the most comprehensive of its kind yet, adopting the principle that a foreclosing plaintiff has the evidentiary burden to establish its right to enforce a promissory note at the time it commenced its action.
While it might seem to be just common sense proving you own a debt before bringing a collection lawsuit, the right to challenge the ownership of promissory notes in foreclosure Continue reading →
United States District Court, E.D. California.
GENET HABTEMARIAM, Plaintiff,
VIDA CAPITAL GROUP, LLC; US MORTGAGE RESOLUTION; PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION; and DOES 1 to 50, inclusive, Defendants.
Some three years later, PNC notified Plaintiff by mail that its SDOT was discharged, apparently due to a settlement agreement PNC had reached with various agencies of the United States government. PNC effectuated that cancellation by sending a 1099-C form approved by the Internal Revenue Service for cancelling a debt. Plaintiff received the Form 1099-C on or about June 29, 2010. According to Plaintiff, because the 1099-C cancelled the amount she owed on the second mortgage, she believed it legally released her from any further obligation to pay Continue reading →
Expect a lot of this. $3.4 TRILLION of pension funds nationwide gambled away on Wall Street. Investigations need to be launched against finance directors, state & federal government legislators and former administrations and union leaders. Get to the bottom of why these investments were made. Pension funds must be invested in TRIPLE A and LIQUID investments – (non- traditional) mortgages (MBS) are not liquid unless forced into default… school loans (ARS) are certainly not a secure investment and credit cards (ABS) have a history of failure… and we know the TRIPLE A ratings were rigged. Oust the bad guys – including politicians that promoted the derivative investments.
See -Maryland $50 billion in unfunded state and local retirement benefits, study says: http://marylandreporter.com/2013/10/30/50-billion-in-unfunded-state-and-local-retirement-benefits-study-says/
See also: City pension officials spend nearly $100,000 on trips: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-pension-travel-20150318-story.html#page=1
Check you state’s pension fund disaster: http://www.pensiontsunami.com/public.php
A year ago The Foreclosure Hour explained why homeowners nationwide were having such great difficulty finding a knowledgeable foreclosure defense attorney and suggested ways of remedying the problem.
Yet, if anything, as those presently facing foreclosure well know, rather than becoming easier, it is actually even more difficult anywhere to find knowledgeable foreclosure defense counsel. Continue reading →
As I learned when reviewing an earlier draft, Fraud is meticulously researched and completely fascinating, with plenty of careful attention to law and regulatory structures. The book’s other virtues are well encapsulated by Kirkus:
“Balleisen casts a gimlet eye on the passing parade of hucksters and charlatans, peppering a narrative long on theory with juicy asides that build toward a comprehensive catalog of ‘Old Swindles in New Jargon’. . . . Ranging among the disciplines of history, economics, and psychology, Balleisen constructs a sturdy narrative of the many ways in which we have fallen prey to the swindler, and continue to do so, as well as of how American society and its institutions have tried to build protections against the con. But these protections eventually run up against accusations of violating ‘longstanding principles of due process,’ since the bigger the con, the more lawyers arrayed behind it.“—KirkusContinue reading →
What Every Homeowner Needs To Know About the Latest Foreclosure Trends and Developments in American Law in Order To Survive in an Inconsistent Legal System Largely Out of Service Which Treats Like Cases Differently.
It is a natural law of Justice in virtually every legal system in the history of the world that “like cases should be treated alike,” except it seems in the field of foreclosure defense in America where national inconsistency has become the norm.
Thus, for nearly a tumultuous decade following (the continuation of) the Mortgage Crisis of 2008, American Courts have created a record of contradiction, confusion, and uncertainty, ignoring established rules of evidence and even its own case precedents governing other areas of the law, while often pompously looking the other way in the tradition of Pontius Palate, routinely favoring lenders, often misusing the doctrine of stare decisis to protect previously egregiously mistaken case precedents. Continue reading →