I just thought of something, if it is now acceptable to use forged and perjurious documents in foreclosure cases, DOCX, LPS and the other document mills have a huge new market available to them with homeowners. If forged and backdated allonges and assignments are OK, so too should be forged Satisfactions of Mortgage. Once the homeowner obtains a forged SAT from a document mill and files it with the county clerk, in theory, shouldn’t their foreclosure case be dismissed?
|By: Cynthia Kouril Thursday April 22, 2010 6:15 pm|
A judge in Florida discovered that in two cases, two different banks were trying to foreclose first mortgages on the same piece of property. Judges in every state need to be alerted to this systemic problem; they need to see a complete paper trail and not risk allowing an entity that does not own the note or mortgage to take someone’s house.
|By: Cynthia Kouril Wednesday April 7, 2010 5:30 pm|
It appears that document mills are fabricating missing documents, backdating documents, and doing assignments of documents after the time to lodge those documents in the trusts has long expired. In other words, they are committing fraud to cover up the fact that they failed to “perfect” their ability to foreclose.