Hey Lender Processing Services (LPS) – Looked in the Mirror Lately? | Firm Named in Nevada Robosigning (MURDER or SUICIDE?) Case Brazenly Countersues AG Masto Alleging Due Process Violations

Hey Lender Processing Services (LPS)| Firm Named in Nevada Robosigning (MURDER or SUICIDE?) Case Brazenly Countersues AG Masto Alleging Due Process Violations

The foreclosure processor sued by Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto in last year’s robosigning cases has now retaliated, suing Masto and alleging due process violations.

In December, Masto’s office sued Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS) of Jacksonville, Fla., claiming it was involved in widespread fraud involving mass document-signing procedures in which foreclosure documents were fraudulently notarized by the thousands. That suit remains active in Clark County District Court.

The investigation that led to her suit also resulted in criminal charges against several notaries and two LPS officers.

On Wednesday, attorneys for LPS sued Masto in federal court in Las Vegas charging its due process rights were violated in the investigation.

Their suit suggests that by hiring an outside law firm with a profit motive to investigate and litigate against LPS, Masto has violated the company’s rights.

‘’By illegally deputizing (law firm) Cohen Milstein and permitting them to stand in her shoes and exercise the state’s sovereign power, not only for the state’s purposes, but also for Cohen Milstein’s own private benefit and ends, the attorney general has violated plaintiff’s constitutional rights and Nevada law,’’ the suit says.

”By ceding and outsourcing authority for the investigation of and litigation against plaintiff to Cohen Milstein pursuant to the contingency fee agreement, the attorney general has caused a personal financial interest to be injected into the targeting of plaintiff in this matter and created a powerful incentive for Cohen Milstein to focus single-mindedly on maximizing the amount of monetary penalties recovered from plaintiff, rather than focusing on the public interest the attorney general is charged with serving,’’ the suit says.

Rest here…

LPS’ “Complaint” below…

Wow…

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4closureFraud.org

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LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES, INC. v. CATHERINE CORTEZ MASTO

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3 Responses to “Hey Lender Processing Services (LPS) – Looked in the Mirror Lately? | Firm Named in Nevada Robosigning (MURDER or SUICIDE?) Case Brazenly Countersues AG Masto Alleging Due Process Violations”
  1. Katheryn says:

    I’m no lawyer but a quick look over shouts “frivolous” and hopefully they will have to cover all the states costs.
    By using outside resources on a “contingency” basis is saving the State o Nevada lots of money and resources. It appears that the banks and all of their cohorts always resort to crying that their constitutional rights have been violated. BofA’s Answer to my Complaint contained the same garbage about how I violated their federal and state constitutional rights. Funny thing is, I kept pressing them for a ‘specific’ answer as to exactly how I had violated their rights. That was a year ago and I still haven’t gotten an answer to that. When a party just throws a bunch of S _ _ t against the wall hoping that some of it will sticks….it says they have nothing. It will be interesting to see how it plays out. Hopefully, the case will be assigned to an honest and rational judge. LPS is just another veil of the many they use.

  2. RustyGatt says:

    I cannot find the Registered agent for service at LPS. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
    Rusty
    So Calif

  3. Sarah says:

    Due process?! These counterfeiters have no shame. The AG hired a law firm? This is fairly routine, yes they make money by being contracted. Of course, Banksters hire all sorts of vulture firms, some of them paid for by the taxpayers. LPS seems to want one set of rules for its lawbreaking corporation, and another for people that stand in its way.

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