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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Mike Wasylik tagged foreclosure_fraud

In these days of robo-signers and rocket-dockets, you can easily imagine losing your family home at the stroke of a pen—based on the signature on a perjured affidavit, or the order of a hurried judge—but how often have you heard of a home saved by the stroke of a pen?

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Foreclosure should almost never be granted by summary judgment. That’s what I believe, and that’s what most of the lawyers who defend foreclosures in Florida believe.

Now, it looks like there’s at least one judge who is starting to think that way too.

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Homeowner tries to work out a deal with her lender, only to find that her loan was sold and the new lender had gone ahead with the foreclosure -behind her back.

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