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The Snowball from Hell…..Arguing Glaski

Posted by on Apr 4, 2014 | 0 comments

The Snowball from Hell…..Arguing Glaski

 

 

It is not melting folks, it is growing and growing. While concurrently trying to undo the Glaski ruling (allowing homeowner’s to  challenge a void assignment; and considering a late assignment into a REMIC trust void) by getting it unpublished (which was denied),  the bank’s attorneys have been busy racking up rulings that purportedly make Glaski a “minority view”.  District and State Courts have  been ignoring the plain language of Stare Decisis to continue barring homeowners from legitimately defending their property rights  against banks that continue to manufacture assignments into REMIC trusts that closed years ago.

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California Supreme Court DENIES Bank request for duplication!

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014 | 0 comments

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.

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