Posts from July 2013

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  • By Elliot Njus, The Oregonian  Email the author | Follow on Twitter A Washington County jury on Thursday rebuked JPMorgan Chase‘s handling of a foreclosure case, ruling the nation’s second largest bank likely had broken promises it made to borrowers Bela and Eva Lengyel, resulting in the seizure of their home. The case is believed to be the first […]
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  •  This goes back a while, but you may want to read through this again. It is so relevant to getting your remedy ———————————————————————————————————————————————- STATE OF MICHIGAN   IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF OAKLAND     BANK ONE, N.A.,                                                                                                Case No. 03-047448-CZ Plaintiff,                                                                                                                 Hon. E.. Sosnick v.                                                                                                                                             AFFIDAVIT OF WALKER F. TODD, EXPERT WITNESS FOR DEFENDANTS HARSHAVARDHAN DAVE and PRATIMA DAVE, jointly and severally,   Defendants. ________________________________________________________________________   Harshavardhan Dave and Pratima H. Dave                Michael C. Hammer (P41705) C/o 5128 Echo Road          Ryan O. Lawlor (P64693) Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302               Dickinson Wright PLLC […]
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