Ten Major Myths vs Realities in Foreclosure Litigation

Your Host: Attorney Gary Victor Dubin
with
Co-Host:  Former Hawaii Governor John D. Waihee 

John and I were discussing on past shows the increasing yet frustratingly slow changes in favor of homeowners taking place today in foreclosure litigation in many States, particularly in Hawaii which developments we highlighted on last week’s show.

Mainly responsible for all of these changes are shifting public and judicial attitudes regarding the archaic unfairness of an ancient common law foreclosure system, largely inherited from English law. Listen HERE if you missed the show.  Continue reading

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Bank of America v. Reyes-Toledo (October 9, 2018) (Reyes-Toledo 2) — Hawaii Supreme Court Frees Hawaii Homeowners from Decades of Wrongful Federal Judicial Interference with Their State Court Foreclosure Defense Rights

Your Host: Attorney Gary Victor Dubin
with
Co-Host:  Former Hawaii Governor John D. Waihee 

Foreclosure Workshop #70: Bank of America v. Reyes-Toledo (October 9, 2018) (Reyes-Toledo 2) — Hawaii Supreme Court Frees Hawaii Homeowners from Decades of Wrongful Federal Judicial Interference with Their State Court Foreclosure Defense Rights, Which New Published Opinion Should Become a Model for Every State Judiciary

I have mentioned on numerous shows that the federal courts are generally a virtual graveyard for homeowners being foreclosed on, and I meant that as no exaggeration.

For I have been an eye-witness advocate to decades of the mindless arrogant slaughter of homeowners’ rights in federal courts, generally ignoring Truth-in-Lending rescissions, ignoring loan modification abuses, ignoring the lack of good faith and fair dealing in nonjudicial auctions, ignoring the adequacy of notice pleading, and ignoring the many fraudulent and undisclosed low visibility practices within MERS and REMIC securitized trust paper hocus pocus mumbo jumbo. Continue reading

[UNREGULATED] DERIVATIVE COMPLAINT – Blackrock, Pimco Sue U.S. Bank Over Trustee Roles

By Sydney Sullivan

The main focus on The Foreclosure Hour this week, Blackrock & PIMCO, et al v. U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, was so powerful it deserves to be highlighted. As usual legal protocol, the Plaintiffs’ claims are accepted by the court to be true. For example, the next move for the Defendant might be to file a motion to dismiss, a court must accept all well-pleaded facts as true, viewing the facts in the light most favorable to the plaintiff.

WARNING: The contents of this complaint is likely to make certain foreclosure judges with hefty Plaintiff hedge funds preferred shares in their investment portfolios extremely nauseous.

Plaintiffs Blackrock & PIMCO and a multitude of subsidiaries, affiliates, associates, closely related and closely held companies for each sued U.S. BANK NATIONAL  ASSOCIATION for BREACH OF CONTRACT; VIOLATION OF THE TRUST INDENTURE ACT OF 1939; BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY; BREACH OF DUTY OF INDEPENDENCE; AND NEGLIGENCE.  Continue reading

U.S. Bank v. Jewel Moore — Learn from Jewel Moore Live How She Was Victimized by the Foreclosure System in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii and What Her Case Teaches Us About the Reforms in the Foreclosure System That Are Desperately Needed

Your Host: Attorney Gary Victor Dubin
with
Co-Host:  Former Hawaii Governor John D. Waihee 

For years, following the Mortgage Crisis of 2008, lenders have been fined by regulators nearly one-half-trillion dollars, if not more, for admittedly submitting fraudulent loan documentation under oath in foreclosure cases in state and federal courts.

And more recently a growing number of state and federal judges have understandably denied lenders summary judgment where their supporting foreclosure documents have either been in violation of the rules of evidence or suspiciously or outright fraudulent.

Yet, despite all such welcome, albeit belated, official leadership, the legal system, including its appellate courts, have woefully lacked Continue reading

“It’s the Rules of Evidence — Stupid” (Part Two): 10 More Ways To Avoid Being Blindsided by Dishonest Foreclosure Attorneys

Your Host: Attorney Gary Victor Dubin
with
Co-Host:  Former Hawaii Governor John D. Waihee 

For decades State and Federal Courts throughout the United States have been robotically applying one set of evidence rules to foreclosure cases and another set of evidence rules to all other civil cases.

Those who have been listening to our radio show know why, because the Courts until recently have applied the traditional mortgage lending model of the neighborhood banker, oblivious to how the hidden secondary securitized trust banking system works. Continue reading

Why Homeowners Should Be Allowed To Use a Writ of Mandamus Against a Foreclosure Judge Ruling Contrary to State Court Appellate Precedent

SUNDAY’S THE FORECLOSURE HOUR
SUNDAYS: 3 PM (HST) / 6 PM (PST) / 9 PM (EST). CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

Why Homeowners Should Be Allowed To Use a Writ of Mandamus Against a Foreclosure Judge Ruling Contrary to State Court Appellate Precedent.

One of the most important and well-recognized responsibilities of an appellate court is to effectively supervise lower courts in order to foster not only correctness and uniformity in judicial decision making but also adherence to its appellate opinions.

Historically there were two distinct means of achieving such effective supervision, notices of appeal and mandamus writ petitions, the latter a much quicker appellate procedure, yet more recently appellate review has become favored over mandamus review for numerous institutional reasons. Continue reading

Ten Most Important Ways of Surviving Foreclosure Summary Judgment Proceedings

SUNDAY’S THE FORECLOSURE HOUR
SUNDAYS: 3 PM (HST) / 6 PM (PST) / 9 PM (EST). CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

Foreclosure Workshop #30: An Updated Working Checklist of the Ten Most Important Ways of Surviving the Rule Ritual in Foreclosure Summary Judgment Proceedings

Those of our listeners who have heard our last few shows, now posted on our website, understand for the first time the way in which the Rule Ritual has disadvantaged American Homeowners by fostering an erroneous approach to legal reasoning historically causing the misapplication of foreclosure rules, particularly in summary judgment proceedings, the most important event in any foreclosure case.

On this Sunday’s radio show we will turn the tables on the Rule Ritual and explain how you can ironically take advantage of the Rule Ritual to actually defeat a foreclosure summary judgment by using ten important defenses in rebuttal to the vast majority of those foreclosure judges still merely concerned with whether or not you have paid your mortgage. Continue reading

Why Do Lower Court Foreclosure Judges Appear to be So Dense?

SUNDAY’S THE FORECLOSURE HOUR
SUNDAYS: 3 PM (HST) / 5 PM (PST) / 8 PM (EST). CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

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 Hour this 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

Securities Fraud: In Search of the Holy Grail of Foreclosure Defense

Upcoming Discussion for THE FORECLOSURE HOUR
Sundays:  3 pm (HST) / 6 pm (PST) / 9 pm (EST). Click HERE to listen.

7-28-2016 Homeownership CensusHomeownership in the United States has fallen to 62.9%, the lowest rate since such statistics were kept beginning in 1965. And that rate is expected to fall below 50% in the coming decades — and the statistics are even far worse for America’s minorities.
Homeowners’ rights have meanwhile been virtually ignored by the American political and legal systems, as evident by little discussion by either national political candidates today.

And yet a flood of even more irrational judicial decisions has been seen this year, which we will discuss on this Sunday’s Foreclosure Hour radio show, by federal and big-state courts protecting pretender lenders, with virtually no real relief for defrauded homeowners yet in sight who are left to beg for loan modifications, another largely dishonest and emotionally humiliating process. Continue reading

Redefining Foreclosure as Slavery

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

Gary Dubin FH

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