Fannie Mae Mandatory Pre-filing Mediation Policy for Mortgage Loans in Florida

Highlights from Announcement SVC-2010-13 Introduction Based upon the latest review and the passage of the Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order of December 2009 requiring mediation before a summary judgment or foreclosure sale can be held, Fannie Mae will now require that servicers assign delinquent mortgage loans secured by properties in Florida to an attorney from … Read more

Ouch, Thats Gotta Sting – Motion for Disqualification of PBC Judge Meenu Sasser for a $425,063.50 Conflict of Interest Involving Billlions Upon Billions in Assets

Some excerpts from the motion… Defendants  reasonably fear  they will not receive a fair trial or hearing and that the Judge before whom the case is pending is interested in the result thereof. Judge Sasser Owns Stock in Bank of America Corporation. According to the Full and Public Disclosure of Financial Interest filed by Judge … Read more

Another Insider Comes Forward – Other Monsters in the Sea – Sewer Service

Again From the Hamlet… “Another area that should be investigated in the foreclosure mill process is the “process serving” Mills such as ProVest LLC. I worked at ProVest for 7 months a few years ago, as jobs are scarce. There were some issues there of some of the servers just “drop serving” the summons, (just … Read more

Final Order Dismissing Sue Sponte Due to Incompletely Verified Complaint, Action to Foreclosure Residential Mortgage

by Matthew D. Weidner, Esq. IMPORTANT NOTICE- COURTS NOW DISMISSING FORECLOSURE COMPLAINTS THAT ARE NOT VERIFIED! I’ve been screaming since February that it was improper for the Millionaire Foreclosure Mills to ignore the Rules of the Supreme Court of Florida by continuing to file foreclosure complaints that are not verified as required by the rule. … Read more

New Hampshire Supreme Court Upholds Right to Criticize Anonymously on the Internet

From Press Room This is a very important decision for all of us out in the blogosphere… Public Citizen Argued that Lower Court Ignored the First Amendment WASHINGTON, D.C. – A lower court ignored the First Amendment when it told the operator of an Internet forum to identify a person who posted anonymous criticism … Read more

Lyons: Documents Insufficient in Foreclosure Case

Lyons: Documents Insufficient in Foreclosure Case By Tom Lyons   Published: Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 1:00 a.m. Last Modified: Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 11:40 p.m.   When a ruling is reversed by an appellate court, the judge faulted sometimes grumbles. So I didn’t know what to expect when I asked Circuit Court Judge … Read more

Florida Chief Justice Peggy Quince Issues State Wide Mandatory Foreclosure Mediation Order

Final Report and Recommendations on Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Cases TALLAHASSEE — Facing the nation’s worst foreclosure crisis, Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Peggy Quince has Ok’d recommendations from a panel of experts to order foreclosure cases into a new “managed mediation” program where debtors could try to negotiate their way out of losing their homes. … Read more