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Tonight guest host Attorney Steve Wright will be discussing Rescission in terms of Bankruptcy, and touch on the Yvanova Decision in California. In Yvanova v. New Century Mortgage Corporation (Case No. S218973, Cal. Sup. Ct. February 18, 2016) the California Supreme Court ruled that homeowners have standing to challenge a note assignment in an action for wrongful foreclosure on the grounds that the assignment is void.
Attorney Stephen P. Wright can be reached at:
Stephen P. Wright
Wright Law Firm
324 Elm Street
Monroe, CT 06488
Stephen went to Trumball High School, Florida State University and Western New England College of Law where he graduated in 1980. So we are not talking about a new comer in the practice of law we are talking about a litigator with experience. He is a lecturer in the Commercial Law League of America, a former faculty member of the College of the State Bar in Texas, and a current member of the Connecticut Bar and previous member of the Texas Bar. He has lectured and written on workouts, collection of judgments, debtor/creditor relations, the UCC, and bankruptcy.
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