Two States Sue Bank of America Over Mortgages. the deal; and of conjuring up bogus reasons for denying modifications.. to return calls or foreclose when a homeowner believes he or she is still negotiating a modification.
The banks will have three years to fulfill terms of the deal. The states have agreed not to pursue civil charges over the abuses covered by the settlement. Homeowners can still sue. rules. The.
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While the court ruled that a case for fraud-which includes claims for damages-could proceed, it also ruled that the homeowner, Claudia Jacqueline Aceves, lacked sufficient cause to get her home back after the foreclosure sale.
The court is deciding whether banks who used fraudulent documents to. could affect hundreds of thousands of homeowners in Florida, and could also. Supreme Court's decision in January 2011 that ruled a foreclosure invalid. Three months later, Stern's firm filed a second foreclosure lawsuit against.
Bank Errors Continue to Cause Wrongful Foreclosures Banks continue to blindside homeowners by foreclosing when the homeowners are still awaiting word on their application for a mortgage modification.
Florida law already provided for a procedure designed to speed up the foreclosure process in uncontested cases or in cases where the homeowner does not have a legitimate defense. Previously, after the foreclosure complaint had been filed, the mortgagee (the lender) could request an order to show cause why the foreclosure should not proceed.
20-2-8023 Lauredan v. Lauredan, App. Div. (per curiam) (11 pp.) In this postjudgment matrimonial case, defendant appeals from the Family Part order ruling on her application to compel payment of.
Aceves ruling: Foreclosed homeowner has cause to sue bank for fraud Articles written by HousingWire Staff are non-bylined, and typically involve press release coverage and aggregation of coverage.
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The defense obligation arises when a defense is needed: at the outset of the suit. It follows that, unlike the duty to indemnify (which depends on the “true” facts as they are determined in the.
Why the Need for Laws Protecting Homeowners? During the foreclosure crisis that began around 2008, the number of homeowners in financial distress increased exponentially and servicers simply couldn’t keep up with the increased demands for information and assistance. As a result, servicing errors were common and egregious.
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