I have a loan look-up tool at the link, click on the link, the information it requires is very simple.


I will contact you in a few days to let you know what I found about the transaction and how or if I am able to help you; solely from an investigative point of view.

The service I offer is not a substitution for and should not be substituted for getting the services of a lawyer, actually I prefer dealing with homeowners  who have lawyers for their cases.

I am not a lawyer but I believe I can help your lawyer.

I do not do Loan Modifications, nor do I perform any sort of foreclosure rescue and I cannot save your home for you or do any sort of court filings or any filing on the recorder anywhere.

If I find the Trust based on the information you provide me in the link above a)I will be able to get a certified copy of the admissible Pooling and Servicing Agreement. b) write an affidavit or some sort of a declaration based on the information you give me and on the information from the PSA.

I provide other information based on the information you give me. I will discuss the cost with you if and when I know I can assist you.

The fact that you fill out the form at the link above does not constitute any commitment by you or I to any transaction what so ever .

The fee is payable in advance with no refund.


here is the link    ******    https://bpia.wufoo.com/forms/free-securitization-check-courtesymario-kenny/



here is a POA with a long list of Trusts:

We have located the pool of mortgages for these BOA notices, includes the PSA, prospectus and other filings, the informational contact assistance about the PSA, Prospectus and ownership for this pool is available.

contact: Mario Kenny. tel= 786 274 0527 ** by email** malibubooks@gmail.com


It may be very valuable to your case for you to have a certified copy of your Pooling and Servicing Agreement (“PSA”), your Prospectus and your Prospectus Supplement. The bank worked hard to hide it from you, and their attorney will probably stonewall you in discovery and argue every reason in the world why it either doesn’t exist, is irrelevant or why the dog ate it, in which case it’s still available, but not very pretty. Once you receive your PSA, you have to analyze it. A PSA is typically between 150 – 700 pages long. It takes us about one full day to completely analyze a PSA.

Finding a PSA and its related prospectus takes skill. You can do this yourself if you have the time and investigative skills to figure it out. Or, you can take the easy way out and do what we do – hire Mario Kenny to find it. He typically charges $850 for that service. If you are going to hire Mario Kenny, skip this and go to the bottom of the page to read something he wrote. Otherwise, here is how to find your PSA:

If the securitization of your mortgage loan was public, these documents must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). They are available to the public at http://www.sec.gov (EDGAR ONLINE)

Get your copy of the promissory note and the deed of trust. Look at these documents and find the name of the original lender and the date the mortgage loan was made (the date you signed it). Write that information down.

You may get lucky and find your PSA the easy way – by placing in your internet search box the name of your original lender followed by “8-K”, or a variant, such as “8k” or “8K” and hitting the search button. It would look something like this “Wells Fargo 8-k”. You should get hits with the names of securitized pools (trusts) frequently in a form similar to this – “X Mortgage Security Asset Backed Pass-Through Certificates Series 200Y-Z”, where “X” is the name of the original lender, “Y” is the year you got your loan, and “Z” is the month you got your loan (“Z” may be up to four months after you got your loan as the trust closing date must be funded within 90 days of the trust’s “cut-off” date – not your closing date.)

If you get too many hits, narrow it down a bit by adding to your search terms different configurations of the year and month that the trust closed. The earliest the trust could have closed would be the year and month you got your loan. If you got your loan in January, 2006, you would write it like this: “2006-1”; or try this: “2006 1.” Because the trust could close up to 4 months later, also try it like this: “2006-2” or “2006 2” and “2006-3” or “2006 3” and “2006-4” or “2006 4.” The whole format would look something like this: “Wells Fargo 8-k 2006-2.” If the loan was taken out in December, 2006, you will search not only 2006, but 2007 as well.

If that’s not successful, go to http://www.sec.gov and click on “Search for Company Filings” under “Filing & Forms (EDGAR).” Under “General-Purpose Searches,” click on “Companies & other filers.” Then, in the “Enter your search information” box, type in the name of your original lender next to “Company name” and click on the “Find Companies” button. Companies’ names are often made up of more than one word, so you may have to try your search using the full name, as well as only part of the name. Try it every way you must to get a “hit.” Several companies may have similar names, so watch out for that.

You will see a long list of the names of securitized pools of loans. You will be looking for all the names that are similar to the name of your original lender. Once you find them, your next must narrow down the search to the right time period for your loan. If the trust “cut-off” date fell before your loan was signed, you’ve got the wrong trust. Because of this, you cannot rely simply on the “Y” and “Z” dates. You need to do a search within the PSA for the “cut-off” date to make sure you have the right trust. Your lender may have securitized several pools of loans within a short time frame, so the first one you find that seems like a match may not be correct.

Once you find a match – or matches – write down their names and the document numbers associated with them (called a CIK). Then click on the CIK. Click on that number. There will be a list of documents filed with the SEC that are related to this pool of loans. Search as you scroll down, looking for a document titled “Prospectus” and “Pooling and Servicing Agreement.” If you find them, save them to your computer and also bookmark the page you found them on. If you don’t see either of these, go to the Table of Contents and search again.

Once you find your PSA, you then need to contact the SEC and request a certified copy of it (along with a certified copy of your Prospectus and Prospectus Supplement (if a supplement exists). You will need a certified copy because that certification makes it admissible into evidence if the document is relevant.


**************The below statement is taken from attorney Matt Weidner**************
Finding a Pooling And Servicing Agreement (PSA’s) For Securitized Mortgage Loans

The “Pooling and Servicing Agreement” is the legal document that contains the
responsibilities and rights of the servicer, the trustee, and others over a pool of mortgage
loans. The Pooling and Servicing Agreement can be a stand-alone document or it can be
part of another paper, usually called the “Prospectus.” If the securitization is public,
these documents must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and
will be available to the public at http://www.sec.gov. Locating a Pooling and Servicing
Agreement on the SEC website can be a challenge. The most important information you will
need to find the Pooling and Servicing
Agreement is the name of the original lender and the title of the pool of loans. We will
work through an example below. Assume that the lender is Ameriquest Mortgage Co.
We don’t know the name of the pool that the homeowner’s mortgage ended up in, but we
do know that the mortgage was made on June 1, 2002.
Step One: 
Go to http://www.sec.gov and click on “Search for Company Filings” under “Filing & Forms
(EDGAR).” Under “General-Purpose Searches,” click on “Companies & other filers.”
Then, in the “Enter your search information” box, type in “Ameriquest” next to “Company name” and click on the “Find Companies” button.
Step Two: 
The page you are now looking at shows a long list of the names of securitized pools of
loans. We know the mortgage was made on June 1, 2002. Look for the entry titled
document number is CIK 0001175125. Click on that number. We selected this entry
because it said 2002 on it and the loan in question was made in 2002. There may be
several other pools of mortgage loans that Ameriquest securitized in 2002 but this is the
first one we come to on this list (when reviewed in late February 2007) so we will pull it
Step Three: 
Now you see a list of documents filed with the SEC that are related to this pool of loans.
Scroll down to the bottom and you will see a document titled “Prospectus.” This is the
document that will likely be the one you want, assuming that the mortgage loan you are
concerned about is in this pool. We can only make an educated guess, unless you know
the name of the securitized pool in advance (which is unlikely). Click on either “htm or text”
next to this document and the Prospectus will appear. Now,
bookmark this document on your web browser, so you can come back to it easily in the future.
Step Four
Is this likely to be the document you want? Scroll down to page S-2 and you will see a
Table of Contents. Included in that is the “Pooling and Servicing Agreement” which
starts on page S-76. Also, scroll down one more page, past the Table of Contents, and
you will see a “Summary of Prospectus Supplement.” Certain important information is
listed there, including the cut-off and closing dates for loans that will be included in this
pool. The closing date is June 7, 2002. Based on this information, you can assume that
this document governs the responsibilities of the servicer of the mortgage loan in
question, unless that servicer tells you otherwise and can back it up with a reference to a
different agreement or pool. Other important information listed in this Summary includes
the title of the pool, and the
identity of the servicer and trustee. The servicing rights may have been sold since this
document was filed and the current servicer may be a different company but the trustee
(the legal holder of the mortgage) should be accurate.
Step Five: 
Go the Pooling and Servicing Agreement to find what you need to know. It should
describe how the servicer is paid and by how much, who keeps late and other fees, what
authority it has to modify the loan or engage in workouts with homeowners, and its
obligations to pass mortgage payments on to the trustee.
Some of the best information I get comes from intrepid consumer researchers out there who care enough to dig into these things. Perhaps the most powerful thing about this and other online forums is the ability for consumers and advocates to share what they’ve found. In my estimation, what this pro-se Defendant found is enough to blow the lid off his foreclosure case…..read on:
I was served Lis Pendens last month, (April 2010), naming the plaintiff Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, As Trustee for HSI ASSETT SECURITIZATION CORPORATION TRUST 2006-OPT2 MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-OPT2

I looked into the records for that entity in the SEC EDGAR online database and discovered that the last annual report was filed in 2007, contemporaneously with a FORM 15 filing.That Form 15 filing claimed a standing under 15d-6 of the 1934 SEC regulations which exempts the entity of filing an annual report, whereby the number of claimed investors had fallen below the SEC registration and reporting threshold of 300 persons. ( To my understanding, the same Form 15 filing is also used when a registered, reporting, entity is dissolved.)
I then began looking at many other securitized trusts in the EDGAR database. Literally dozens and dozens of these securitized trusts have done exactly the same thing. he trust is established and appropriate SEC documents are filed for a period of time, usually 1 or 2 years. The trust then files a Form 15 claiming exemption of the obligation to file reports with the SEC under 15d-6
The paper trail for the Trust with the SEC thereby *ends* Many of these trusts have not filed anything with the SEC for years. Many as far back as 2005 and 2006
Some of the SEC Form 15d-6 filings disclosed as few as 15 or less investors. Bear in mind, these are for trusts that purportedly hold well over $1 BILLION in mortgages, and there are dozens and dozens of these trusts with a mere hand full of investors! I also noted that the “agent of record” of many of these trusts have changed many times, and are very infrequently “named”, but list only an address and phone number, (usually in New York). In several of the cases I’ve looked at in the EDGAR database, I actually called some of the phone number listed at 3:00am EST and got the voicemail of someone at a bank in N.Y. Note that the answering party was NEVER a bank listed as the Trustee, (as Deutsche Bank is in my case), or the trust “administrator” as listed in the PSA or any subsequent SEC filings.
I actually got the voicemail of some fellow at HSBC Bank who was the “anonymous” contact in my case! My point is this;
Has anyone actually verified that the securitized trusts claimed to be under the trusteeship of some of these banks still ACTUALLY EXIST?
We’ve been so focused on the NOTE and the fraudulent paper being slung about for assignment of those notes, and whether or not the “plaintiff” has standing to bring the foreclosure action, has anyone thought to see if the “plaintiff trust” is even still active or not? Were many of these trusts actuallydissolved after payouts from credit default swaps and TARP funds and the actual investors now long gone? We have no records to show whether they are alive or dead. Most of these trusts haven’t filed anything with anyone in years as far as I can tell.
Certainly, as in my case, Deutsche Bank, (as Trustee), still exists, but can these plaintiff securitized trusts be made to *prove* they still exist?
What happens to a foreclosure case if the plaintiff entity,(the securitized trust, *not* the Trustee for it), no longer exists or cannot prove it exists?

End OF Matt Weidner’s statement on finding a PSA

*****Now some words from Mario Kenny*****

We are a small group of homeowner/advocates, we are not attorneys. While fighting for our own homes we have developed the skills necessary to look up and find the trust for most loans that were originated between 2001 and 2009. Many banks did bundle and securitize loans during this same time period and filed documents with the SEC pertaining to the loan pools and Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV). Therefore, most loans have a Pooling and Servicing Agreement (PSA) that governs the deal. Whether or not the PSA was enforced regarding your specific loan is an entirely different issue.

Our group works diligently to find your trust and when we do we will send you the printed PSA. Sometimes we can get the PSA certified by the regulator, thus enabling the document to be admissable as evidence in a court of law. We have seen many lawyers use these PSA’s to establish that the Plaintiff does not have standing to sue a homeowner. The PSA is a very important part of your case that the lawyer can use to help defend your home. In short, we offer our services to those who wish to find their PSA, Prospectus and Prospectus Supplement.

Call us now… we can go to work for you today so that you and your family can have peace of mind tonight!

Thank you,

Mario Kenny




Section 2.01 Conveyance of Mortgage Loans. (a) The Depositor,
concurrently with the execution and delivery hereof, hereby sells, transfers,
assigns, sets over and otherwise conveys to the Trustee on behalf of the Trust
for the benefit of the Certificateholders, without recourse, all the right,
title and interest of the Depositor in and to the Mortgage Loans, including all
interest and principal received on or with respect to the Mortgage Loans (other
than payments of principal and interest due and payable on the Mortgage Loans on
or before the Cut-Off Date). The foregoing sale, transfer, assignment and set
over does not and is not intended to result in a creation of an assumption by
the Trustee of any obligation of the Depositor or any other Person in connection
with the Mortgage Loans or any agreement or instrument relating thereto, except
as specifically set forth herein.

(b) In connection with such transfer and assignment, the Depositor
has delivered or caused to be delivered to the Trustee, for the benefit of the
Certificateholders, the following documents or instruments with respect to each
Mortgage Loan so assigned:

(i) the original Mortgage Note, endorsed by manual or facsimile
signature in the following form: “Pay to the order of The Bank of New
York, as Trustee, without recourse,” with all necessary intervening
endorsements showing a complete chain of endorsement from the originator
to the Trustee (each such endorsement being sufficient to transfer all
right, title and interest of the party so endorsing, as noteholder or
assignee thereof, in and to that Mortgage Note);

(ii) except as provided below, the original recorded Mortgage with
evidence of a recording thereon, or if any such Mortgage has not been
returned from the applicable recording office or has been lost, or if such
public recording office retains the original recorded Mortgage, a copy of
such Mortgage certified by the Depositor as being a true and correct copy
of the Mortgage;

(iii) subject to the provisos at the end of this paragraph, a duly
executed Assignment of Mortgage to “The Bank of New York, as trustee for
the holders of the Bank of America Mortgage Securities, Inc. Mortgage
Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2002-6″ (which may be included in a
blanket assignment or assignments), together with, except as provided
below, originals of all interim recorded assignments of such mortgage or a
copy of such interim assignment certified by the Depositor as being a true
and complete copy of the original recorded intervening assignments of
Mortgage (each such assignment, when duly and validly completed, to be in
recordable form and sufficient to effect the assignment of and transfer to
the assignee thereof, under the Mortgage to which the assignment relates);
provided that, if the related Mortgage has not been returned from the
applicable public recording office, such Assignment of Mortgage may
exclude the information to be provided by the recording office; and
provided, further, if the related Mortgage has been recorded in the name
of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. (“MERS”) or its
designee, no Assignment of Mortgage in favor of the Trustee will be
required to be prepared or delivered and instead, the Servicer shall take
all actions as are necessary to cause the Trust to be shown as the owner
of the related Mortgage Loan on the records of MERS for purposes of the
system of recording transfers of beneficial ownership of mortgages
maintained by MERS;

(iv) the originals of all assumption, modification, consolidation or
extension agreements, if any, with evidence of recording thereon, if any;

(v) the original or duplicate original mortgagee title insurance
policy and all riders thereto;

(vi) the original of any guarantee executed in connection with the
Mortgage Note;

(vii) for each Mortgage Loan, if any, which is secured by a
residential long-term lease, a copy of the lease with evidence of
recording indicated thereon, or, if the lease is in the process of being
recorded, a photocopy of the lease, certified by an officer of the
respective prior owner of such Mortgage Loan or by the applicable title
insurance company, closing/settlement/escrow agent or company or closing
attorney to be a true and correct copy of the lease transmitted for

(viii) the original of any security agreement, chattel mortgage or
equivalent document executed in connection with the Mortgage; and

(ix) for each Mortgage Loan secured by Co-op Shares, the originals
of the following documents or instruments:

(A) The stock certificate;

(B) The stock power executed in blank;

(C) The executed proprietary lease;

(D) The executed recognition agreement;

(E) The executed assignment of recognition agreement, if any;

(F) The executed UCC-1 financing statement with evidence of
recording thereon; and

(G) Executed UCC-3 financing statements or other appropriate
UCC financing statements required by state law, evidencing a
complete and unbroken line from the mortgagee to the Trustee with
evidence of recording thereon (or in a form suitable for

provided, however, that on the Closing Date, with respect to item (iii), the
Depositor has delivered to the Trustee a copy of such Assignment of Mortgage in
blank and has caused the Servicer to retain the completed Assignment of Mortgage
for recording as described below, unless such Mortgage has been recorded in the
name of MERS or its designee. In addition, if the Depositor is unable to deliver
or cause the delivery of any original Mortgage Note due to the loss of such
original Mortgage Note, the Depositor may deliver a copy of such Mortgage Note,
together with a lost note affidavit, and shall thereby be deemed to have
satisfied the document delivery requirements of this Section 2.01(b). As set
forth on Exhibit L attached hereto is a list of all states where recordation Servicer “>Servicer “>Servicer “>Servicer “>Servicer “>Servicer “>is
required by either Rating Agency to obtain the initial ratings of the
Certificates. The Trustee may rely and shall be protected in relying upon the
information contained in such Exhibit L.

If in connection with any Mortgage Loans, the Depositor cannot
deliver (A) the Mortgage, (B) all interim recorded assignments, (C) all
assumption, modification, consolidation or extension agreements, if any, or (D)
the lender’s title policy (together with all riders thereto) satisfying the
requirements of clause (ii), (iii), (iv) or (v) above, respectively,
concurrently with the execution and delivery hereof because such document or
documents have not been returned from the applicable public recording office in
the case of clause (ii), (iii) or (iv) above, or because the title policy has
not been delivered to either the Servicer or the Depositor by the applicable
title insurer in the case of clause (v) above, the Depositor shall promptly
deliver or cause to be delivered to the Trustee or the Custodian on behalf of
the Trustee, in the case of clause (ii), (iii) or (iv) above, such Mortgage,
such interim assignment or such assumption, modification, consolidation or
extension agreement, as the case may be, with evidence of recording indicated
thereon upon receipt thereof from the public recording office, but in no event
shall any such delivery of any such documents or instruments be made later than
one year following the Closing Date, unless, in the case of clause (ii), (iii)
or (iv) above, there has been a continuing delay at the applicable recording
office or, in the case of clause (v), there has been a continuing delay at the
applicable insurer and the Depositor has delivered the Officer’s Certificate to
such effect to the Trustee. The Depositor shall forward or cause to be forwarded
to the Trustee (1) from time to time additional original documents evidencing an
assumption or modification of a Mortgage Loan and (2) any other documents
required to be delivered by the Depositor or the Servicer to the Trustee or the
Custodian on the Trustee’s behalf. In the event that the original Mortgage is
not delivered and in connection with the payment in full of the related Mortgage
Loan the public recording office requires the presentation of a “lost
instruments affidavit and indemnity” or any equivalent document, because only a
copy of the Mortgage can be delivered with the instrument of satisfaction or
reconveyance, the Servicer shall prepare, execute and deliver or cause to be
prepared, executed and delivered, on behalf of the Trust, such a document to the
public recording office.

As promptly as practicable subsequent to such transfer and
assignment, and in any event, within 30 days thereafter, the Servicer shall
(except for any Mortgage which has been recorded in the name of MERS or its
designee) (I) cause each Assignment of Mortgage to be in proper form for
recording in the appropriate public office for real property records within 30
days of the Closing Date and (II) at the Depositor’s expense, cause to be
delivered for recording in the appropriate public office for real property
records the Assignments of the Mortgages to the Trustee, except that, with
respect to any Assignment of a Mortgage as to which the Servicer has not
received the information required to prepare such assignment in recordable form,
the Servicer’s obligation to do so and to deliver the same for such recording
shall be as soon as practicable after receipt of such information and in any
event within 30 days after the receipt thereof and, no recording of an
Assignment of Mortgage will be required in a state if either (i) the Depositor
furnishes to the Trustee an unqualified Opinion of Counsel reasonably acceptable
to the Trustee to the effect that recordation of such assignment is not
necessary under applicable state law to preserve the Trustee’s interest in the
related Mortgage Loan against the claim of any subsequent transferee of such
Mortgage Loan or any successor to, or creditor of, the Depositor or the
originator of such Mortgage Loan or (ii) the recordation of an Assignment of
Mortgage in such state is not required by either Rating Agency in order to
obtain the initial ratings on the Certificates on the Closing Date.

In the case of Mortgage Loans that have been prepaid in full as of
the Closing Date, the Depositor, in lieu of delivering the above documents to
the Trustee, or the Custodian on the Trustee’s behalf, will cause the Servicer
to deposit in the Servicer Custodial Account the portion of such payment that is
required to be deposited in the Servicer Custodial Account pursuant to Section

Section 2.02 Acceptance by the Trustee of the Mortgage Loans.
Subject to the provisions of the following paragraph, the Trustee declares that
it, or the Custodian as its agent, will hold the documents referred to in
Section 2.01 and the other documents delivered to it constituting the Mortgage
Files, and that it will hold such other assets as are included in the Trust
Estate, in trust for the exclusive use and benefit of all present and future

Within 90 days after the execution and delivery of this Agreement,
the Trustee shall review, or cause the Custodian to review, the Mortgage Files
in its possession. If, in the course of such review, the Trustee or the
Custodian finds any document constituting a part of a Mortgage File which does
not meet the requirements of Section 2.01 or is omitted from such Mortgage File,
the Trustee shall promptly so notify the Servicer and the Depositor, or shall
cause the Custodian to promptly so notify the Servicer and the Depositor. In
performing any such review, the Trustee or the Custodian may conclusively rely
on the purported genuineness of any such document and any signature thereon. It
is understood that the scope of the Trustee’s or the Custodian’s review of the
Mortgage Files is limited solely to confirming that the documents listed in
Section 2.01 have been received and further confirming that any and all
documents delivered pursuant to Section 2.01 appear on their face to have been
executed and relate to the Mortgage Loans identified in the Mortgage Loan
Schedule. Neither the Trustee nor the Custodian shall have any responsibility
for determining whether any document is valid and binding, whether the text of
any assignment or endorsement is in proper or recordable form, whether any
document has been recorded in accordance with the requirements of any applicable
jurisdiction, or whether a blanket assignment is permitted in any applicable
jurisdiction. The Depositor hereby covenants and agrees that it will promptly
correct or cure such defect within 90 days from the date it was so notified of
such defect and, if the Depositor does not correct or cure such defect within
such period, the Depositor will either (a) substitute for the related Mortgage
Loan a Substitute Mortgage Loan, which substitution shall be accomplished in the
manner and subject to the conditions set forth below or (b) purchase such
Mortgage Loan from the Trustee at the Repurchase Price for such Mortgage Loan;
provided, however, that in no event shall such a substitution occur more than
two years from the Closing Date; provided, further, that such substitution or
repurchase shall occur within 90 days of when such defect was discovered if such
defect will cause the Mortgage Loan not to be a “qualified mortgage” within the
meaning of Section 860G(a)(3) of the Code.

With respect to each Substitute Mortgage Loan the Depositor shall
deliver to the Trustee, for the benefit of the Certificateholders, the Mortgage
Note, the Mortgage, the related Assignment of Mortgage (except for any Mortgage
which has been recorded in the name of MERS or its designee), and such other
documents and agreements as are otherwise required by Section 2.01, with the
Mortgage Note endorsed and the Mortgage assigned as required by Section 2.01. No
substitution is permitted to be made in any calendar month after the
Determination Date for such month. Monthly Payments due with respect to any such
Substitute Mortgage Loan in the month of substitution shall not be part of the
Trust Estate and will be retained by the Depositor. For the month of
substitution, distributions to Certificateholders will include the Monthly
Payment due for such month on any Defective Mortgage Loan for which the
Depositor has substituted a Substitute Mortgage Loan.

The Servicer shall amend the Mortgage Loan Schedule for the benefit
of the Certificateholders to reflect the removal of each Mortgage Loan that has
become a Defective Mortgage Loan and the substitution of the Substitute Mortgage
Loan or Loans and the Servicer shall deliver the amended Mortgage Loan Schedule
to the Trustee and the Custodian. Upon such substitution, each Substitute
Mortgage Loan shall be subject to the terms of this Agreement in all respects,
and the Depositor shall be deemed to have made to the Trustee with respect to
such Substitute Mortgage Loan, as of the date of substitution, the
representations and warranties made pursuant to Section 2.04. Upon any such
substitution and the deposit to the Servicer Custodial Account of any required
Substitution Adjustment Amount (as described in the next paragraph) and receipt
of a Request for Release, the Trustee shall release, or shall direct the
Custodian to release, the Mortgage File relating to such Defective Mortgage Loan
to the Depositor and shall execute and deliver at the Depositor’s direction such
instruments of transfer or assignment prepared by the Depositor, in each case
without recourse, as shall be necessary to vest title in the Depositor, or its
designee, to the Trustee’s interest in any Defective Mortgage Loan substituted
for pursuant to this Section 2.02.

For any month in which the Depositor substitutes one or more
Substitute Mortgage Loans for one or more Defective Mortgage Loans, the amount
(if any) by which the aggregate principal balance of all such Substitute
Mortgage Loans in a Loan Group as of the date of substitution is less than the
aggregate Stated Principal Balance of all such Defective Mortgage Loans in such
Loan Group (after application of the principal portion of the Monthly Payments
due in the month of substitution) (the “Substitution Adjustment Amount” for such
Loan Group) plus an amount equal to the aggregate of any unreimbursed Advances
with respect to such Defective Mortgage Loans shall be deposited into the
applicable Certificate Account by the Depositor on or before the Remittance Date
for the Distribution Date in the month succeeding the calendar month during
which the related Mortgage Loan is required to be purchased or replaced

The Trustee shall retain or shall cause the Custodian to retain
possession and custody of each Mortgage File in accordance with and subject to
the terms and conditions set forth herein. The Servicer shall promptly deliver
to the Trustee, upon the execution or, in the case of documents requiring
recording, receipt thereof, the originals of such other documents or instruments
constituting the Mortgage File as come into the Servicer’s possession from time
to time.

It is understood and agreed that the obligation of the Depositor to
substitute for or to purchase any Mortgage Loan which does not meet the
requirements of Section 2.01 shall constitute the sole remedy respecting such
defect available to the Trustee and any Certificateholder against the Depositor.

The Trustee or the Custodian, on behalf of the Trustee, shall be
under no duty or obligation (i) to inspect, review or examine any such
documents, instruments, certificates or other papers to determine that they are
genuine, enforceable, or appropriate for the represented purpose or that they
are other than what they purport to be on their face or (ii) to determine
whether any Mortgage File should include any of the documents specified in
Section 2.01(b)(iv), (vi), (vii) and (viii).

Section 2.03 Representations, Warranties and Covenants of the
Servicer. The Servicer hereby makes the following representations and warranties
to the Depositor and the Trustee, as of the Closing Date:

(i) The Servicer is a national banking association duly organized,
validly existing, and in good standing under the federal laws of the
United States of America and has all licenses necessary to carry on its
business as now being conducted and is licensed, qualified and in good
standing in each of the states where a Mortgaged Property is located if
the laws of such state require licensing or qualification in order to
conduct business of the type conducted by the Servicer. The Servicer has
power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement and to perform
in accordance herewith; the execution, delivery and performance of this
Agreement (including all instruments of transfer to be delivered pursuant
to this Agreement) by the Servicer and the consummation of the
transactions contemplated hereby have been duly and validly authorized.
This Agreement, assuming due authorization, execution and delivery by the
other parties hereto, evidences the valid, binding and enforceable
obligation of the Servicer, subject to applicable law except as
enforceability may be limited by (A) bankruptcy, insolvency, liquidation,
receivership, moratorium, reorganization or other similar laws affecting
the enforcement of the rights of creditors and (B) general principles of
equity, whether enforcement is sought in a proceeding in equity or at law.
All requisite corporate action has been taken by the Servicer to make this
Agreement valid and binding upon the Servicer in accordance with its

(ii) No consent, approval, authorization or order is required for
the transactions contemplated by this Agreement from any court,
governmental agency or body, or federal or state regulatory authority
having jurisdiction over the Servicer is required or, if required, such
consent, approval, authorization or order has been or will, prior to the
Closing Date, be obtained.

(iii) The consummation of the transactions contemplated by this
Agreement are in the ordinary course of business of the Servicer and will
not result in the breach of any term or provision of the charter or
by-laws of the Servicer or result in the breach of any term or provision
of, or conflict with or constitute a default under or result in the
acceleration of any obligation under, any agreement, indenture or loan or
credit agreement or other instrument to which the Servicer or its property
is subject, or result in the violation of any law, rule, regulation,
order, judgment or decree to which the Servicer or its property is

(iv) There is no action, suit, proceeding or investigation pending
or, to the best knowledge of the Servicer, threatened against the Servicer
which, either individually or in the aggregate, would result in any
material adverse change in the business, operations, financial condition,
properties or assets of the Servicer, or in any material impairment of the
right or ability of the Servicer to carry on its business substantially as
now conducted or which would draw into question the validity of this
Agreement or the Mortgage Loans or of any action taken or to be taken in
connection with the obligations of the Servicer contemplated herein, or
which would materially impair the ability of the Servicer to perform under
the terms of this Agreement.

The representations and warranties made pursuant to this Section
2.03 shall survive delivery of the respective Mortgage Files to the Trustee for
the benefit of the Certificateholders.