Helena woman still fighting Bank of America over foreclosure

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Helena woman still fighting Bank of America over foreclosure

Helena woman still fighting Bank of America over foreclosure

KXLH-

Donna Peterson of Helena is still fighting to keep her home, despite motions by Bank of America to place her into foreclosure.

Peterson was in District Court last week hearing arguments about why her court case should be dismissed.

Bank of America filed a motion claiming that the verbal agreements were a modified loan that didn’t have paper to back it up.

Peterson filed the case after she was told she could refinance at a lower rate but the verbal contract was later unkept.

Peterson said, “Yes, I am still living in my home. I plan to intend to keep my home. The bank promised me a 2% loan and I’ve been fighting for over three years now to hold them to that promise. And I intend to continue that fight.”

Peterson’s attorney Jon Motl claims that under California case law, the b is in breach of contract for non-traditional money lending practices.

[KXLH]

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One Response to “Helena woman still fighting Bank of America over foreclosure”

  1. JIMI says:

    bank of america trying to steal a nther home by fraud here its ashame
    god bless this women we hope she win in court

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