CLARK vs LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES (LPS) | Thousands of Ohio Homeowners were Foreclosed on Improperly, Lawsuit Claims

“The defendants are Lender Processing Services of Jacksonville, Fla.; LPS Default Solutions of Jacksonville; DocX LLC of Jacksonville; Fidelity National Information Services of Jacksonville; American Home Mortgage Servicing of Coppell, Texas; and three Cleveland law firms: Lerner, Sampson & Rothfuss; Reimer, Arnovitz, Chernek & Jeffrey Co.; and Manley Deas Kochalski LLC.”

“Most of the allegations involve Lender Processing and LPS.”

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Thousands of Ohio Homeowners were Foreclosed on Improperly, Lawsuit Claims

Eight mortgage-related businesses are accused of falsifying documents to improperly foreclose on thousands of homeowners in Ohio.

The suit alleges that the mortgage service companies altered paperwork to make it appear they had authority to file foreclosures in the proper time frame. A Cleveland law firm, Kaufman & Co., joined five other local and national law firms to file the suit on behalf of seven Ohio homeowners.

The suit, filed in Cuyahoga Common Pleas Court, seeks class-action status, meaning thousands of homeowners in similar situations could benefit.

The allegations are significant because they expand on the “robo-signing” controversy involving some of the nation’s largest banks over the past two years.

Rest here…

Copy of the lawsuit below…

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4closureFraud.org

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Clark v LPS

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One Response to “CLARK vs LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES (LPS) | Thousands of Ohio Homeowners were Foreclosed on Improperly, Lawsuit Claims”
  1. Herman Vergara says:

    It’s an outrage HSBC Bank USA hasn’t had its U.S. banking licenses revoked for money laundering. Bank crime shouldn’t pay.

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