Still Report #1070 – Wikileaks Assange Denies Russian Hacker Help – YouTube


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About Those 1099 and Other Tax Filings from Servicers and Banks …


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The problem for everyone involved is that in reality the investors made nothing and merely received a portion of their own money as though it had come from the trust. But it didn’t come from the trust because the trust didn’t even have a bank account. If the banks had disclosed the truth of the matter the investors would have known this is a Ponzi scheme. Imagine what would happen if someone claimed sub S treatment when the corporation they had formed did no business, had no bank account and never had any business activity, never had any assets or liabilities and never had any income or expenses.

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE IS NOT A LEGAL OPINION UPON WHICH YOU CAN RELY IN ANY INDIVIDUAL CASE. HIRE A LAWYER. HIRE AN ACCOUNTANT OR OTHER QUALIFIED TAX ANALYST

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Few people can say they understand the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), and far…

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NM and Fla Judges Express Doubt Over Whether Loans Ever Made it Into trust


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Judges are thinking the unthinkable — that none of the trusts ever acquired anything and that the foreclosures were and are a sham.

THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE IS NOT A LEGAL OPINION UPON WHICH YOU CAN RELY IN ANY INDIVIDUAL CASE. HIRE A LAWYER.

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It isn’t “theory. It is facts, or rather the absence of facts.

As shown in the two articles by Jeff Barnes below, we are obviously reaching the tipping point. First, the presentation of a Trust instrument means nothing if there is no proof the trust was active — and in particular actually purchased the subject loan. And Second, Judges will deny all objections to discovery and will rule for the borrower if the Trust did not acquire the loan.

In ruling this way the two Judges — thousands of miles apart — are obviously recognizing that the long standing bank objection to borrowers’ defenses based…

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RESCISSION Revalidated in CA Decision


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1sT Appellate District US Bank v Naifeh: “… we conclude that a borrower may rescind the loan transaction under TILA without filing a lawsuit, but when the rescission is challenged in litigation, the court has authority to decide whether the rescission notice is timely and whether the the procedure set forth in the TILA (sic) should be modified in light of the facts and circumstances of the case.”

The jig was up when the Jesinoski decision was rendered — courts cannot re-write the statute, although they can consider minor changes in procedure whose purpose is to comply with the statute, not ignore. it.

see US BANK VS NAIFEH

In a carefully worded opinion at least one appellate court seems to be moving closer to the view I have expressed here on these pages. But they still left some simple propositions unclear.

It remains my opinion that a recorded rescission forces…

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Quiet Title Revisited: Not Quite a Dead End


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Void means that the instrument meant nothing when it was filed, not that it is unenforceable now.

I know how hard it is to let go of something that you really want to believe in. But for practical reasons I consider it unwise to continue on the QT path until we can find a way to get rid of the void assignment. That unto itself might a form of quiet title action and it is far easier to do. The allegation need only be that neither the assignor nor the assignee (a) had any right, justification or excuse to claim an interest in the recorded mortgage and (b) neither one was ever party to a completed transaction in which either of them had paid value for any interest in the recorded mortgage. Hence the assignment is void and should be removed from the chain of title reflected in the county…

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HON. ARMANDO RAMIREZ IS RUNNING FOR RE-ELECTION AS OSCEOLA COUNTY CIRCUIT CLERK OF COURTS


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BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED … (July 18, 2016) … 

This post is divided into two segments that interrelate to each other.

SEGMENT ONE:

I only generally post stuff that is significant and related to chain of title issues.

Here, there is more than meets the eye, which is why I’ve made it more than just a political candidate pitch.

It’s no secret that the Osceola County Circuit Clerk, the Hon. Armando Ramirez, is running for re-election as Clerk of the Circuit Court as Osceola County, Florida.  There are at least 3 other candidates running against him this time, but I find a significant reason to ignore the challengers in favor of the incumbent: OSCEOLA COUNTY FORENSIC EXAMINATION … and for that reason especially, I endorse Armando Ramirez for this post! 

No other candidate in the race would have the cajones to do what Mr. Ramirez has done in exposing the misdeeds…

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Housing Bubble 2.0: Prepare to Pop


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CASE-SHILLER-APRIL-BUBBLE-CHARTS

From Mark Hanson Advisors: http://mhanson.com/7-5-hanson-house-prices-ready/

The mind-numbing Case-Shiller regional charts below are presented without too much comment. The visual says it all.

Bottom line:

Q:  If 2006/07 was the peak of the largest housing bubble in history with affordability never better vis a’ vis exotic loans; easy availability of credit; unemployment in the 4%’s; the total workforce at record highs; and growing wages, then what do you call “now” with house prices at or above 2006 levels; worse affordability; tighter credit; higher unemployment; a weakening total workforce; and shrinking wages?

A:  Whatever you call it, it’s a greater thing than the Bubble 1.0 peak.

1)  Funny (and Demented) Seattle area Realtor anecdote regarding the potential for another housing Bubble: “House prices can’t be in a bubble because they are only 10% greater than the 2006 peak, meaning growth of only 1% per year since 2006. And 1% per year…

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