Sewer Service | Queens Man Returns to Home After Judge Overrules Bank’s Foreclosure

“Weiss ruled that Ferreira was never served with the foreclosure papers, depriving him of due process.”

Home sweet foreclosed home: Queens man returns to home after judge overrules bank’s foreclosure

Johnny Ferreira may be the luckiest guy in Queens.

Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, a struggling homeowner who loses his home to foreclosure will never see it again.

Last month, a judge vacated a bank’s foreclosure sale of Ferreira’s home, effectively handing him back his keys.

As a result, Ferreira is preparing to move back into the same brick two-family with postage stamp front lawn, snug backyard and tidy driveway he’d been evicted from two years ago.

“He loves that house,” his lawyer, Penkaj Malik, said. “He doesn’t want to move” again.

The extremely unusual ruling appears to be a one-of-a-kind victory in New York for a homeowner in a battle that banks almost always win.

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DEUTSCHE BANK NATL. TRUST CO. v. Quinones

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6 Responses to “Sewer Service | Queens Man Returns to Home After Judge Overrules Bank’s Foreclosure”
  1. marilyn lane says:

    I got a notice my post about Judge Weiss did not go thru with a valid address. (whatever than means) so I will post it again even though I see it in comments.

    How Judge Weiss ruled is how all Judges should rule. Follow the Law. In an age when there are so many activist judges making up their own law, we take notice of a Judge like this.

    If a Court does not have Jurisdiction the day the Judgment is signed it is a Nullity. Void ab initio.

  2. marilyn lane says:

    How Judge Weiss ruled is how all Judges should rule. Follow the Law. In an age when there are so many activist judges making up their own law we take notice of a Judge like this.

    If a Court does not have Jurisdiction on the day the Judgment is signed, the Judgment is a Nullity. Void Ab initio

  3. marilyn lane says:

    a Jud of. In an age when there are so many activist judges making up their own law this is a pleasure to see.

  4. Pamela says:

    Kudo’s and Congrats. both to the gentleman and his lawyer.Justice has prevailed once again and the law has been served the way it is always supposed to be.It is great to hear of a victory especially after so many defeats.Two years in the making and great results.Remarkable.

  5. marilyn lane says:

    Michaael-Lynn
    I agree. You have to keep fighting specially since up until recently, many judges woud not even defend your rights under the fifth and fourteen amendments of the Constitution.

  6. Michael-Lynn says:

    Here in Indiana we would file a Motion to Vacate pursuant to T.R. 60 and we did this several years ago against the same Bank after a sheriff sale and transfer of deed to Deutsche Bank which the Court upon such motion also granted to vacate the judgment and sheriff sale was expunged and now several years later we are in court and have obtained evidence of fraud and forgery by various entities as provided in documents obtained via Demand for Production of Documents and Written Interrogatories. If you do not fight and do not learn the rules for due process there is no due process and due process is everything – do not give up!

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