PB Post | Ben-Ezra & Katz appeals foreclosure judgment in case that got it in trouble with a judge

Ben-Ezra & Katz appeals foreclosure judgment in case that got it in trouble with a judge by Kim Miller The Fort Lauderdale law firm Ben-Ezra & Katz wants another hearing in a foreclosure case it lost earlier this month and that got its founding partner in trouble with a Miami-Dade County judge. The firm has … Read more

Torch the Fraud | 4closureFraud.org & ForeclosureHamlet.org Host a Bonfire on the Beach

Torch the Fraud Last Friday, 4closureFraud.org along with ForeclosureHamlet.org hosted a “Torch the Fraud” Bonfire on the beach. Many came to support our fight against the financial terrorists and danced around the fire all night long. There was food, fun, music,  and best of all, unity in the community. Hope you enjoy the video and … Read more

NALTEA | Restoring Integrity to the Land Title Records – A Commentary on MERS

“The effect of the uncertainty created, in large part, by the failure to properly transfer the note and security interest (by assignment of the security instrument) to the intended beneficiaries of the debt, has the potential to be devastating.” ~ NALTEA – National Association of Land Title Examiners and Abstractors Restoring Integrity to the Land … Read more

NY Times | In a Mortgage Case, a 7-Year Wait for 2 Answers

Waiting Seven Years for Two Answers By GRETCHEN MORGENSON WHEN Zella Mae Green of Georgia filed for bankruptcy to save her home from foreclosure in 2004, she and her lawyer wanted to know two things: Did she actually owe any back payments on her mortgage? And, if so, to whom? It didn’t seem like a … Read more