It’s a Wonderful Life: Florida Judge Invokes Classic Movie in Bank Beat Down

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It’s a Wonderful Life: Florida Judge Invokes Classic Movie in Bank Beat Down

A Florida appeals court judge invoked the classic Christmas movie It’s a Wonderful Life in a foreclosure ruling this week that sent the bank packing.

In the two-page judgment issued Wednesday, 4th District Court of Appeal Judge Robert Gross says in It’s a Wonderful Life, George Bailey makes loans to his neighbors in Bedford Falls.

“No doubt, he took the notes and mortgages and put them in the safe in the back room, where the only risk was Uncle Billy and his failing memory. When George faces a monetary crisis, his neighbors step up with Christmas Eve donations to save George and his building and loan.

“Those days are long gone,” the judge writes.

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Copy of the opinion below.

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4closureFraud.org

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Patricia Salmon vs. Foreclosed Asset Sales and Transfer Partnership

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3 Responses to “It’s a Wonderful Life: Florida Judge Invokes Classic Movie in Bank Beat Down”
  1. So much fraud with the banks and there a no of class action lawsuit but the banks are forclousing

  2. That judge made a great connection between the bank and the mean old banker “Potter” from It’s A Wonderful Life! Another victory for foreclosure defense. Must have been an aspiring legal assists work. The attorney “Brian Korte” is a boob. I know first hand. He has had dozens of complaints with the Florida Bar which is also a collective group of “couldn’t make it New York so let’s move to florida lackeys.” The client is lucky that Brian Korte showed up in court and wasn’t at the Bentley Dealer spending his clients fee’s as he’s done in the past.

  3. There is so much bank fraud and it is a mess robo signing mers they don’t have the note this has been the worse in America history

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