Charley v. Green Tree Servicing – Fla. 4th DCA: “Problematic that two different plaintiffs filed separate actions to foreclose on the same mortgage”

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Charley v. Green Tree Servicing – Fla. 4th DCA

“Although it is not necessary to address the other issues on appeal, we find  it problematic that two different plaintiffs filed separate actions to foreclose on the same mortgage. Once aware that there were two separate foreclosure actions on the same mortgage, it would be wise to consolidate these actions”

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Charley v. Green Tree Servicing

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3 Responses to “Charley v. Green Tree Servicing – Fla. 4th DCA: “Problematic that two different plaintiffs filed separate actions to foreclose on the same mortgage””
  1. lies is all they tell says:

    anyone have any info on this issue. I have wells fargo bank na and wells fargo home mortgage both trying to foreclose. neither owns my house yet no assignments in county recorders office. went to court ordered discovery bank did not produce. after 5 monhts they filed for enlargement of time. Judge grants it. My lawyer has not motioned for objection yet, nor has he motioned for summary judgement dismissal with prej. i have written paralegal to have a lawyer call me back but no one has called. I am getting very sick over this. what do i do. does anyone know why the judge would grant enlargement of time for court ordered discvoery?? seems like an oxymoron to me. court order discovery and then dont sanction bank for not producing. I dont know but to me that seems like the court is not doing their job. this is just an awful situation. get scrood by the bank (telling me not to pay my current mortgage to appy for hamp loan inducing me by dual track into foreclosure losing faxes, losing fed ex mailers, move file, give me predatory no doc loan and lie about my income) and now scrood by the court and my lawyer. WTF we the peolel can not get a break please help someone please

  2. neidermeyer says:

    Cause for concern? Problematic? Time for a QT action … and sue the banksters hired help for fraud. I’m sick and tired of seeing these scumbags skate.

  3. no names, please says:

    Roy A. Diaz, Diana B. Matson and Kathleen E. Angione of Smith Hiatt & Diaz, P.A., Fort Lauderdale, for appellee.

    My god, why haven’t these people been DISBARRED yet?

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