TONIGHT! Anatomy of a Foreclosure Case

Winning and Losing in Court

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It’s not enough to be right. You may be right on the law and your presentation of facts. But if you don’t satisfy your burden of persuasion you most likely lose.

“Persuasion is different than the burden of proof although they are related. And sometimes persuasion means being annoying. I can’t think of a single case in which I prevailed where the judge did not get annoyed with me. That is exactly how I made my points stick. When it comes time to decide what is the judge going to remember about the evidence submitted?” — Neil F Garfield

Tonight Charles Marshall and Bill Paatalo return to discuss the structure and content of foreclosure cases — and how to win them.

(1) What facts really matter?

(2) How do you stop fabricated evidence from being admitted in evidence?

(3) What is the difference between forgery and robosigning?

(4) Death of a Salesman: What happens when the “lender” on the note and deed of trust is no longer in business?

(5) How do you persuade the judge that you are seeking the creditor, not a free house?

3 Responses

  1. Does anyone know anything about “Collateralization” …there is now a deed of trust in California whereby several properties purchased at auction, in this case, 47 properties, were pooled under one deed of trust and recorded in county land records…for 147M….Anyone??? Some of the properties, after having been included in that DOT, are still sold separately to different individuals…

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  2. If FDIC “assigns” the loan to another “lender” are they still supposed to record in the county recorders office ?

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  3. Would love to know the answer to question 4.

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