Wells Fargo Bank v. Erum — When Is a “Notice of Default” a Notice of Default and When Is It Not?
Nationstar Mortgage v. Akepa Properties — When Is a Foreclosing Plaintiff’s “Lack of Standing” a Jurisdictional Defect and When Is It Not?
For too long most of our courts have cavalierly discriminated against homeowners by consciously or otherwise going out of their way to protect foreclosing plaintiffs, applying legal doctrines against mortgagors differently than in other areas of the law. Continue reading
SUNDAY on The Foreclosure Hour:
INDEPENDENCE DAY SPECIAL PROGRAM
Redefining Foreclosure as Slavery: A Plan To Immediately End Its Abuses as Inconsistent with Human Existence, Individual Freedom, and Public Welfare
THE FORECLOSURE HOUR
Sundays: 3 pm (HST) / 6 pm (PST) / 9 pm (EST). Click HERE to listen.
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Hawaii attorney Gary Dubin and
co-host [former Hawaii Governor] John Waihee discuss in a INDEPENDENCE DAY SPECIAL PROGRAM the Redefining Foreclosure as Slavery: A Plan To Immediately End Its Abuses as Inconsistent with Human Existence, Individual Freedom, and Public Welfare. Please call in and share your feelings and experiences. Gary calls this his “emancipation proclamation” show. Continue reading