GAME CHANGER? | California Homeowner Challenges Wells Fargo, Could Set a Legal Precedent

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GAME CHANGER? | California Homeowner Challenges Wells Fargo, Could Set a Legal Precedent

GAME CHANGER? | California Homeowner Challenges Wells Fargo, Could Set a Legal Precedent

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A Bakersfield homeowner is taking on a bank, in a battle that could have sweeping implications for people facing foreclosure.

Mark Demucha wants Wells Fargo to prove it owns his home loan. And, if his lawsuit is successful, it could set a legal precedent that slows or even stops foreclosures across the state.

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2 Responses to “GAME CHANGER? | California Homeowner Challenges Wells Fargo, Could Set a Legal Precedent”

  1. Walter Thomas says:

    Suntrust Mortage, Inc has “Sun Trust Mortgage, Inc” as current owner. Date of DEAD is 12/30/2010 with Freddie Mac stamped dated 19 October 2010. Said Freddie Mac won the Forclosure auction 8/25/2010.

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