Just thought I would let everyone know that our 60 Minutes Hero, Lynn Szymoniak, had her foreclosure case dismissed today, without prejudice and with leave to amend, but, they now have 30 days to come back with a VERIFIED complaint…
FL RULE 1.110 Verified Complaints
When filing an action for foreclosure of a mortgage on residential real property the complaint shall be verified. When verification of a document is required, the document filed shall include an oath, affirmation, or the following statement:
“Under penalty of perjury, I declare that I have read the foregoing, and the facts alleged therein are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.”
Which robosigner are you going to throw under the bus on this one if you decide to amend?
Her attorney did an outstanding job while the banks attorney from Akerman Senterfitt stuttered through his arguments.
The judge actually listened and ruled accordingly with the law and I am sure it had nothing to do with her being on 60 minutes this past weekend, or that I, 4closureFraud.org, along with Lisa, ForeclosureHamlet.org, Michael, from Legalprise, and a reporter from the Palm Beach Post was in the courtroom today sitting next to Lynn while her motion to dismiss was heard.
There are so many issues in her case, such as a Linda Green assignment and a very poorly Photoshopped allonge. They cut and pasted the book and page number from her mortgage to try and make it look authentic… Looks like they used a glue stick to do it.
Anyway, can’t wait to see if they dare refile the complaint.
Lynn thinks they are going to come back for more…
I do not, but I double dog dare them to try.
We will see, they have 30 days to amend and pretend.
Congrats to Lynn and her Attorney from all of us here at 4closureFraud and across the internets!
Transcript and order to be posted (hopefully if they let me) one it is received.
And if you have not seen the 60 Minutes report, you can check it out here…