PB Post | State details foreclosure chaos: Evidence of forgeries, bogus witnesses and illegal shortcuts

State details foreclosure chaos: Evidence of forgeries, bogus witnesses and illegal shortcuts

By Kimberly Miller

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Sweeping evidence of the case the state attorney general’s office has built in its pursuit of foreclosure justice for Florida homeowners is outlined in a 98-page presentation complete with copies of allegedly forged signatures, false notarizations, bogus witnesses and improper mortgage assignments.

The presentation, titled “Unfair, Deceptive and Unconscionable Acts in Foreclosure Cases,” was given during an early December conference of the Florida Association of Court Clerks and Comptrollers by the attorney general’s economic crimes division.

It is one of the first examples of what the state has compiled in its exploration of foreclosure malpractice, condemning banks, mortgage servicers and law firms for contributing to the crisis by cutting corners.

“What we got from this is the state has had the opportunity to see where the laws have been broken, and frankly, it is in large part thanks to the work of the defense attorneys,” said Palm Beach County Clerk and Comptroller Sharon Bock. “They’ve been bringing these defenses up in foreclosure cases for years now.”

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UNFAIR, DECEPTIVE AND UNCONSCIONABLE ACTS IN FORECLOSURE CASES

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3 Responses to “PB Post | State details foreclosure chaos: Evidence of forgeries, bogus witnesses and illegal shortcuts”
  1. SHERYL COREY MOORE says:

    PLEASE RESEND ME THIS FILE AS I CANNOT GET IT TO WORK AND I NEED THIS FILE THANK YOU

  2. l vent says:

    Now where is our Federal Government (U.S. States Attorney, FBI, SEC, U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL) and why are they not speaking out on the biggest Ponzi scheme in history that wall street and the banks created and intentionally caused the biggest financial crisis in history ? I thought the U.S. Attorney General’s office was investigating the mortgage fraud? You mean they haven’t figured it out yet or the Obama Administration either? Why is there not a National Moratorium on all fraudclosures? Here is the truth in case OUR GOVERNMENT doen’t get it, THE BANKSTERS NEVER SECURITIZED THE MORTGAGES OR THE NOTES TO THE DEEDS SINCE ORIGINATION. RE: THEY MAY NOT FORECLOSE ON AND STEAL THE PEOPLE’S PROPERTY. The debt owed on the mortgages means NO MORE THAN AN UNSECURED CREDIT CARD DEBT. They are all going to have a lot more egg on their faces pretty soon if someone does not do the right thing here for homeowner’s facing having their homes STOLEN from them by CORRUPT, GREEDY BANKSTERS who have stolen TOO MUCH from the people already and our Government is allowing the theft to continue on a MASSIVE SCALE. I fear what is about to happen to them if the people have to hear about one more enormous banker or wall street bonus,aquisition or bailout.

  3. DanJS says:

    There should be similar articles in Georgia papers and other “non-judicial states”. Can you imagine how much of this has been done in states where the “tracks on the foreclosure train are already greased.”

    Where are the criminal indictments for the thousands of counts of perjury? To punish just the “underlings” who “inked the falsified papers” would be “adding insult to injury” to our doctrine of being “a nation under law, and not of men.”

    The nature of this fraud is enormous because the total underlying value of the separate parcels of individual real estate is almost incomprehensible.

    What can be done to visit a level of accountability in “increasing measure” of culpability as courts uncover not only the “robo-signers,” but the “system designers” and “co-conspirators” in politics, the legal system, “academic enablers,” etc. of this massive fraud?

    The greatest damage (and it effects those who have been able to make mortgage payments without threat of foreclosure) is the massive deteriorization of the integrity of public records that provide the proof of real estate ownership.

    When furture sales of real estate are made, very few “title policies” will be available to protect the chain of ownership of properties sold or transfrerred after the “birth” of MERS.

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