AFFIRMED – Motion to Dismiss Granted WITH Prejudice, Defendants’ Attorney’s Fees Awarded

FLORIDA CASE NO: 1D07-2626

THE BANK OF NEW YORK,

acting solely in its capacity as

trustee for EQUICREDIT
 
CORPORATION TRUST 2001-2,
 
Appellant,

v.

PAULETTE WILLIAMS, et al.,

Appellees
 

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4 Responses to “AFFIRMED – Motion to Dismiss Granted WITH Prejudice, Defendants’ Attorney’s Fees Awarded”
  1. lucinda says:

    we have equi credit aka fairbanks capital,select portfolio servicing they are all the same co.equi credit is assignor.and the bank of new york is assignee our other mortgage assignment has bank of new york as assignor,there are 4 assignments in the couurt house with 5 names with 7 names singned in ut,fl.. there all messed up.

  2. mimirayo says:

    Good for them. Luckily they were able to find an attorney willing to stand up against a bank. They are few and far between, even if the homeowner has done all the leg work and has substantial proof.

  3. So the bank couldn’t produce the original note and the case was dismissed involuntarily. The kicker is the Judge awarded the defendant 2.5 X the attorney fees which was appealed by the bank (and they lost the appeal).

  4. Lisa E says:

    Wait! This was from April 2008? Why are we just learning of it now?

    Am I missing some vital piece of info?

    Lisa E

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