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Important news  Source: Huffington Post
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Rules MERS Mortgage Transfers are Illegal
United States Bankruptcy Judge Robert Grossman has ruled that MERS's business practices are unlawful. He explicitly acknowledged that this ruling sets a precedent that has far-reaching implications for half of the mortgages in this country. MERS is dead. The banks... [READ MORE]
More than 70 million Mortgage Loans, including millions of subprime loans, have been registered in the MERS system. Yours could be one of them! To find out, apply now or give us a call!

Causes of Action for Mortgage Litigation

In Mortgage Loan Litigation each lawsuit is different and relevant to the homeowner’s unique situation. However, there are common causes of action in which a mass joinder mortgage lawsuit can be based on. The following are examples of some of the causes of actions that the law firm is alleging:

  • Detrimental reliance re: loan modifications
  • Misrepresentaion re: the loan origination proces
  • Breach of contract re: the sale of borrowers loan to investors
  • Fraud re: falsification of borower’s information
  • Unfair business practices re: falsification of documents and fraudulent communication to homeowners
  • Conspiracy re: the complicity of banks and brokers
  • Violations of the Civil Code re: wrongful foreclosure
  • Violations of the Commercial Code re: ownership of note
  • Other claims which may be relevant

For each client, the lawfirm will allege the cause of action that may apply to the client’s particular circumstances.

If you are considering Mortgage Litigation apply today for a 100% free and confidential consultation with a licensed attorney or call us at 1 800 688 3210 to speak with a legal assistant.

Mortgage Litigation is the only real way to get justice within the U.S. court system!

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