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Lenders can't say stuff that makes you forget to answer, and lenders ought to quit filing noncompliant summary judgment motions.
Lessons in unpublishing: A child support lien wins a 224.77 case in an astonishingly bad way.
Is it alarming that servicers are asking for waivers of legal rights? No.
Mortgage broker generates $3 billion in fraudulent mortgages, with bank's help.
Is is a sham? A look at the OCC's consent decree with JPMorgan and how it might affect you.
VOID! Could a Wisconsin Consumer Act case allow courts to invalidate mortgages? Maybe.
Meet Linda Green... and Linda Green... A 60 Minutes report finds mortgage fraud. Surprise!
"Oh, well, that's all right then." Turns out there never WAS a mortgage problem. It's all in your heads, you silly homeless broke people!
Reopening and summary judgment show how lenders can abuse homeowners, with the help of the courts.
Banks illegally taking away soldiers homes? I'm not surprised.
Those Massachusetts cases are interesting, but not for the reasons you think.
Advance token to Boardwalk? A lender's failure to comply with the contract allows a borrower to refuse to pay.
HAMP confers 3d party beneficiary status on borrowers, says a California court.
Who's to blame for mortgage fraud?
Get mortgage help from the "i.am home fund."
2MP: The program you never heard of might just save your home.
Maybe madness is a little over the top... An attempt to reopen a foreclosure case raises more questions than answers.
Don't feel too sorry for legislators: An unpublished decision lets at least one court ignore a statute.
Do you need protections from the government's protections? A lawsuit challenges HAMP's due process protections.
Who's really suing you? A new defense to foreclosure actions.
Pop Quiz! Foreclosures 101:
No harm, no foul: A Second Mortgage Lender's rights.
Psst! Want to Make a Thousand Bucks? (How your mortgage servicer might have to pay you!)
When Banks Screw Up: The Strange, Alarming, Sad, and Ultimately Wonderful Case Of Dorothy Chase Stewart:
Part One: Late fees and Suspense Accounts.
Part Two: Inspection notices and Price Opinions.
Part Three: Lawyers, Findings, and The Outcome.
Sharks Can Swim On Land, Too: Why it's a bad idea to sell your land to your lawyer.
Can your lender foreclose on you even if you're not in default? Maybe.
Bankers with Dirty Hands (Did your banker do something that keeps them from taking your house?)
Pop Quiz: Foreclosure! How much do you know about how you can lose your house?
If you don't want free money, you could always give it to me. Does your lender owe you money?
Force your mortgage lender to talk to you: How your lawyer can make your lender think of something besides taking away your house.
Ask your lender a question, make $500? It's true! Wisconsin requires your lender to answer you within 15 days.
Make your Mortgage Lender modify your mortgage and avoid foreclosure!
Owe more than your house is worth? You might still be able to
Third Party Beneficiaries? Your right to sue if your lender doesn't follow federal law.