NJ Fair Foreclosure Act “Meaningless” as Lenders Hijack Homes without Due Process

NJ Fair Foreclosure Act “Meaningless” as Lenders Hijack Homes without Due Process

NJ Homeowners May Lose Homes Due to Supreme Court Summary Action

In this special interview, Adam Deutsch, Senior Attorney at Denbeaux & Denbeaux, explains how the NJ Supreme’ Court’s decision to rectify errors with a summary judgment of foreclosure filings that violated the Fair Foreclosure Act can impact tens of thousands of NJ homeowners in foreclosure.

New Jersey homeowners who want to know if their home is part of the summary action, can go to the State Supreme Court Judiciary website at :

http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/superior/documents.htm

If you live in NJ and need more info on this topic click here…

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3 Responses to “NJ Fair Foreclosure Act “Meaningless” as Lenders Hijack Homes without Due Process”
  1. Adam says:

    Its very concerning. I have communicated with the court regarding lack of process to the attorneys. The concerns are being outright ignored. Wells Fargo attorney has acknowledged we had clients wrongfully included in the motion. I now fear the court and bank are working together to shut us out of the hearing.
    spread the word. We need everyone’s help on this

  2. Shawn Voyles says:

    What happened to due process?

    • M.M. says:

      Homeowners are not getting a chance to object to an Order to Show Cause as to why lenders who violated the Fair Foreclosure Act should have a corrected version of their faulty Notice of Intention to Foreclose accepted. Cases that were dismissed are being included and attorneys are not being notified. Could potentially open up cases that were dismissed without due process.

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