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Class Action Filed Against Banks in Foreclosure Proceedings

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Miami, FL: A class action lawsuit has been filed against BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP, a Texas Limited Partnership, a subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation, and successor in interest to Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP, a Texas limited partnership; Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, a New York corporation; and U.S. Bank National Association, a Minnesota association, on behalf of all those property owners who lost title to their property in foreclosure proceedings based on false and perjurious affidavits filed by the Banks and their servicing companies. They seek to restore title to the property owners.

The Complaint alleges that the Defendants obtained wrongful foreclosures by abusing the court process and submitting affidavits that were false, even though sworn to under penalty of perjury, as the basis for obtaining foreclosure judgments.

The property owners' due process rights were violated and the Banks used and abused the court rules and process to obtain judgments against all of the Class Members. The courts relied on the Banks to provide true and accurate affidavits before granting judgments and taking the property away from the property owners.

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Take a real close look at Ocwen FSB and delta funding!! My loan officers , bank atty, title closer ALL went to prison... For fraud !! Yay me the single mom with 3 kids, now with lung cancer is being robbed on a regular basis ... Please email me !!
Posted by Marie on

In 2004 I received a foreclosure judgement from Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, I had never had a mortgage with them nor any communication. I then filed Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to afford me the chance to keep my property. I have spent the last 13 years trying to find out exactly who owns my property to continuously receive notices that my mortgage is constantly changing hands. Today I received a court date with notice from Deutsche Bank for an order to vacate judgement of foreclosure and sale, Discontinuing the action without prejudice and cancelling Lis Pendens. Not so fast as I am sure they are getting their illegal claim dismissed from my file to make room for the next bank to file against me, but the costs, the time and distress this has caused myself and my family associated with bankruptcy, filing of paperwork and the non-stop fight to see exactly who legally owns my property has been damaging beyond words. I am in no different situation than I was at this time except I have spent astronomical amounts of time and money to no avail.
Posted by Dawn on

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