Small Town Judge – Major Ethics Issues – Plots Against Homeowner with Bank’s Attorney

By Sydney Sullivan

wickedWitchHave you ever felt that the judge in your case was not treating you or your attorney fairly, especially when the facts of bankster fraud were clear? Or when you have shown the judge a fabricated assignment of mortgage and an obviously fake endorsement on your so-called note? When you walk into the courtroom does your stomach sink and you imagine you hear a faint theme from the wicked witch of the west in the Wizard of Oz?

In a small Kentucky county, a homeowner just like you encountered the unthinkable – proof that his judge was prejudice and even worse – the judge was assisting the opposing counsel for the bank in a plot against him.  

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Part 2 – How to Challenge an Assignment of Mortgage

Part 2 – How to Challenge an Assignment of Mortgage by Glenn Augenstein continued from Part 1 on DeadlyClear

Glenn Augenstein, a seasoned researcher and expert witness in foreclosure fraud, has taken the time to research the ancient word “seisin” which gives us better insight into what the mortgage document was meant to convey.

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Wells Fargo v Erobobo

On this I must first comment that standing, or lack thereof, is considered differently in some jurisdictions than it is others.  Some treat it as an affirmative defense that must be pleaded timely or it is considered waived. “Because the issue of standing is distinct from the issue of subject-matter jurisdiction and, thus, can be waived, we hold that Continue reading

Part 1 – How to Challenge an Assignment of Mortgage

medievalpeasants300wHave you ever wondered what the phrase “Borrower is lawfully seised of the estate hereby conveyed and has the right to mortgage” under BORROWER COVENANTS meant?

Glenn Augenstein, a seasoned researcher, history major and expert witness in foreclosure fraud, has taken the time to research the ancient word “seisin” which gives us better insight into what the mortgage document was meant to convey.

This two-part post is worth the read and education – and may give you a new perspective on the intention of the documents and the necessity to defend the title at all costs. Continue reading