MASS Registry of Deeds: A Household Name in Foreclosure Households

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MASS Registry of Deeds: A Household Name in Foreclosure Households

MASS Registry of Deeds: A Household Name in Foreclosure Households

HuffPO’s Richard Zombeck:

With the exception of Elizabeth Warren, there are very few heroes fighting for the little guy when it comes to consumer rights and mortgage malpractice. Tom Miller, the Ohio Attorney General, had a brief moment of righteous advocacy until he received $261,445 in campaign contributions from out-of-state law firms and donors from the finance, insurance, and real estate sector shortly after he announced he was seeking criminal charges and retribution from the banks for mortgage fraud — that’s 88 times what he has received in the past decade.

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2 Responses to “MASS Registry of Deeds: A Household Name in Foreclosure Households”

  1. John Anderson says:

    Bravo for Mr Obrien.Out of the thousands of county recording officials,I believe only two others have challenged the robo/forged paperwork used to throw our citizens onto the streets, that were provided by fraudmills and used by despots posing as attorneys.

  2. marilyn lane says:

    Just as William P Foley of Fidelity and LPS Docx fame, set up Network Agreements with Foreclosore Attorneys how do we know similar to that Foley did not set up a network agreement with Land Registrys and maybe that is why it is so hard to get the Registrars to move to correct the land records.

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