Superior Court Begins to Dig Out From Avalanche of Foreclosure Notices

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Superior Court Begins to Dig Out From Avalanche of Foreclosure Notices

Superior Court Begins to Dig Out From Avalanche of Foreclosure Notices

Judge accepts 3,000 corrected foreclosure notices, with some 60,000 or more still to go

NJ Spotlight-

A Superior Court judge said she will approve more than 3,000 corrected foreclosure notices from Wells Fargo to homeowners, tearing a hole in the procedural dam that has held back a potential flood of legal action.

At a hearing in Paterson where many participants expressed continuing confusion about New Jersey’s foreclosure process, Judge Margaret Mary McVeigh tried to explain the difficulties to a courtroom packed with lawyers and defendants.

“There is no precedent,” she said. “There is not a case that exists anywhere that addresses what we are doing here.”

[NJ SPOTLIGHT]

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One Response to “Superior Court Begins to Dig Out From Avalanche of Foreclosure Notices”

  1. JIMI says:

    judge dont be a caward stand up with the homeowners against the banks
    fraud,stop working for the banksters ,there are laws and rules in nj
    and everyone including the banksters must complay,no storys or short cuts for the banks please/do your job for the people that voted for you or step down

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