California Attorney General Brown Sends Cease and Desist Letter to Ally’s Gmac Until It Proves It Is Complying with the Law

Brown Directs Nation’s Fourth Largest Home Lender to Suspend Foreclosures Until It Proves It Is Complying with the Law LOS ANGELES – Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today directed Ally Financial, Inc., formerly known as GMAC, to prove immediately that it is complying with state law or, if it cannot, to cease and desist … Read more

California Love – Nguyen et.al. v. Chase Bank USA, NA; Chase Home Finance LLC. et.al.

As I just recently posted; Link – California Victory! Court Renders Judgment in Plaintiffs’ Favor Voiding the Deed of Trust Plus Statutory Damages of $16K I dont know how many people take it upon themselves to challenge their bank; but I was an experience I will never forget.  I challenged Chase on my mortgage based on … Read more

California Victory! Court Renders Judgment in Plaintiffs’ Favor Voiding the Deed of Trust Plus Statutory Damages of $16K

This just in… Nguyen et.al. v. Chase Bank USA, NA; Chase Home Finance LLC. et.al. California Central District Court, Case No. 2:09-cv-04589. I dont know how many people take it upon themselves to challenge their bank; but I was an experience I will never forget.  I challenged Chase on my mortgage based on TILA violations. … Read more

What Do You Owe and to Whom Do You Owe It? California Civil Code 2924

By George W. Mantor RISMEDIA, June 8, 2010—“Produce the Note” foreclosure defense strategies have given some people hope, albeit false in many cases, in defending their homes against unlawful foreclosures. Note that in 30 states there is no judicial review of the foreclosure documentation and no opportunity to raise the issue of standing unless the … Read more

Florida Schools, the State of California and the State of Navada are Screwed – The Fed Owns Credit-Default Swaps on Debt Owed by all three – The Fed WILL Profit When they Default

My tin foil hat is officially broken, again… NPR reports: As part of the bailouts of AIG and Bear Stearns, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York spent more than $70 billion to buy toxic assets the companies owned. Last week, prompted by a lawsuit filed by Bloomberg News, the Fed finally told the world … Read more