Case Involuntarily Dismissed: Caliber & U.S. Bank Trust for LSF9 Master Participation Trust Lose In Florida –

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Editor’s Note:  Investigator Bill Paatalo from BP Investigative Agency investigated the US Bank Trust for LSF9 Participation Trust and discovered inconsistencies regarding the funding of the trust- not to mention the questionable transfers and assignments.  Paatalo testified in this case that was held in Lee County, Florida- the home of the Rocket Docket where few homeowners prevail.  Ft. Myers Attorney Michelle Belmont did an outstanding job grilling the witness from loan servicer Caliber.   Both Bill Paatalo and attorney Michelle Belmont are commended for their efforts and success. Contact information for Bill Paatalo and Michelle Belmont are listed below.

Please study the attached transcript for a road map regarding how a homeowner’s attorney should question a servicer’s witness.   See:  BOA-v-Asset-Acquisitions-Re-LSF9

Great job by Michelle Belmont, Esq.!

Here’s a case we’ve seen a thousand times. Plaintiff, U.S. Bank Trust, N.A. as…

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