Kemp v. Countrywide Transcript of Hearing

Here is the transcript of the hearing related to…

John T. Kemp v. Countrywide Home Loans – Countrywide NEVER Transferred Notes

Below is a collaboration of excerpts from some posts on the subject and at the end is the actual complaint. Although the this example is based on a single loan in the trust, the trusts usually hold upwards of 5,000 loans. With that said, if one note was not transferred, it is safe to assume … Read more



Kemp v. Countrywide Transcript of Hearing

3 Responses to “Kemp v. Countrywide Transcript of Hearing”
  1. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty - Foe of Tyranny says:

    I’m very interested to see where this case leads. I put forth the REMIC argument and, based on the allonge that was admitted late bearing no date of execution, the cut off/closing date of the trust and how that is impacted by New York Trust law, quite some time ago. My court was unwilling to consider those arguments.

  2. indio007 says:

    Another thing…. why do you suppose the note got Fed Ex’d to a different department within the same building? Not very cost effective.Sounds like more BS to me. The only thing that got Fed Ex’d was probably an empty envelope. Where are the records that someone actually put the note in a Fed Ex package? Like an Email that says, “Hey Paul , go down to the document custodian and Fed Ex that note to Foreclosure Dept.”

    I’d really like to know where that note REALLY is. Pledged to the Discount window I would bet.

  3. indio007 says:

    Thank god , another attempted theft thwarted. Where is the punishment though?

    Thanks for the post.

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