Here we go again…

Whenever someone stands up to the fraudclosure machine, they get attacked.

But fear not, we are here to defend O’Brien and refute the claims of REBA. We will go through their letter and “educate” the Real Estate Bar Association on the circumstances that they are unaware of…

From the letter…

REBA is not aware of any circumstance where the grantor bank has attempted to disavow the validity of an assignment or discharge because of a robosignature nor do we expect that such an attempt would be successful.

My rebuttal…

Assignments…

Linda Green, Vice President, and Tywanna Thomas, Vice President, who at the time did not have signing authority on behalf of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (MERS)

The said assignment was executed by Linda Green, Assistant Secretary who at the time did not have signing authority on behalf of (MERS).

The said assignment was executed by Linda Green, Assistant Secretary who at the time did not have signing authority on behalf of (MERS).

And there’s more where that came from…

We also have erroneous discharges…

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Many more of these “corrections can be viewed here…

 

Back to the letter…

In conclusion, we find no persuasive argument that robosigned documents are forgeries.  Lacking the intent to defraud, they are more than likely being signed with authority of the named signatory.  Were they found to be forgeries, there is no legal support for a register to reject a document based on a good faith belief that a document may cloud title.

Don’t know how much more an argument one can make. Did they not see 60 Minutes?

You can also check out all these depositions in where the robo-signers testify they were forging the documents here…

And then comes the intimidation, blame and the threats…

By suggesting, without adequate support, that the registries are full of fraudulent and defective documents, clouding thousands of titles, YOU are adding to the public’s confusion and hesitancy to re-enter the real estate market.  YOU are also giving unwarranted support and hope to parties in foreclosure by suggesting that a robosigned assignment in their chain of title may prevent the foreclosure.  At the moment, to the best of our knowledge conveyancing attorneys and title examiners in Massachusetts are not treating robosigned documents as defective.

The association plans to seek the support of the attorney general’s office and the land court in requesting that you retract your current practice of refusing to record said documents.  We ask that you cease this practice immediately.

There is much more evidence to show other than what is posted here. They are obviously misguided in their request…

Just more industry push back…

REBA letter below…

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4closureFraud.org

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REBA Letter to John O’Brien RE Robo-signers

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