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California Supreme Court DENIES Bank request for duplication!

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014

Excllent news in the litigation front for California Homeowners.  As many of you know, Glaski v. Bank of America, N.A. et al is the first California Appellate Court ruling that investigated the allegations of a late assignment into a REMIC Trust as void.  Rather than asking the Supreme Court to review the case, the banks (Bank of America, Deutsche, Chase) asked the Supreme Court to depublish the ruling to nullify its effect on California litigations.

Today we got the news the Supreme Court DENIED their request! This means it remains California Case law and EVERY HOMEOWNER has the right to challenge a  VOID assignment and establish that assignment as VOID if it is a late assignment into a REMIC!  This is EXCELLENT NEWS!

GLASKI v. BANK OF AMERICA

Case: S213814, Supreme Court of California

Date (YYYY-MM-DD):                     2014-02-26

Event Description:                           Depublication request denied (case closed)

For more information on this case, go to:

http://appellatecases.courtinfo.ca.gov/search/case/disposition.cfm?dist=0&doc_id=2058168&doc_no=S213814

For opinions, go to:

http://www.courts.ca.gov/opinions-slip.htm

KEEP UP THE FIGHT!

Simonee

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