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Foreclosure Lottery-No Original Note, Bad Faith Denial of LMA CEPersVid-48

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Published on Feb 2, 2011

Homeowners facing foreclosure are also invited to participate in a foreclosure lottery, when getting into court against the bank. A homeowner either defends a foreclosure action in a judicial foreclosure state such as NY and Florida (there are 23 such states) or must file an action in court in the other 27, non-judicial foreclosure states. The foreclosure lottery is whether the bank owns and can produce the original note (if not, the homeowner may win the house) and whether the bank did a bad faith denial of a loan modification agreement (resulting in unclean hands and disqualification to proceed with the equitable action of foreclosure). Also, the banks' two track foreclosure system (LMA as one track; and foreclosure as the other) enables almost any residential mortgagor to make a legitimate claim for punitive damages against most major banks.

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