Balancing the Scales of Justice for Pro Se Homeowners

BERNHARDT’S ANALYSIS OF THE JOLLEY, SCOTT AND WEST v. JP Morgan Chase

Posted by on Jul 10, 2013

In the last six months there have been three Appellate rulings involving homeowners fighting the JP Morgan Fraudclosure machine.  The Jolley and Scott cases involve the “judicial notice” of the Purchase & Assumption Agreement between JP Morgan Chase and the FDIC and JP Morgan’s liability (and exposure) to negligent behavior during the modification and/or foreclosure process; the West case involves JP Morgan’s  stringing homeowners along in the modification process, only to deny that modification.  These are important cases for homeowners and Bernhardt, a professor at Golden Gate University provides his usual, spot on analysis of what these cases mean to both the homeowner and borrower.

Click  Bernhardt Analysis of Jolley, Scott and West v JP Morgan Chase cases

If you are involved in fighting JP Morgan Chase make sure to spend some time reading our articles on JP Morgan’s shenanigans  in:

      Are Notary Journals being shredded by JP Morgan Chase and California Reconveyance?

      Does JP Morgan Chase OWN Washington Mutual Loans?

STAY TUNED…the new Info To Fight Foreclosure site is launching — click here for a CODE for 50% of the enrollment and monthly member fees.  The new site will provide in-depth Case Studies, sample causes of actions, track key ongoing litigation by providing the pleadings, as well a new membership forum for interaction with other homeowners.

KEEP UP THE FIGHT!

Simonee

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