Judge finds U.S. Bank in contempt in foreclosure case

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Judge finds U.S. Bank in contempt in foreclosure case

Judge finds U.S. Bank in contempt in foreclosure case

Herald Tribune-

A Sarasota circuit court judge found one of the largest banks in the country in contempt of court on Friday over a foreclosure case that has dragged through the system for several years.

Attorneys for Dimitri Jansen, a local schoolteacher whose former home in North Port is in foreclosure, said such an order, against Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank, was “unprecedented.”

Jansen says his mother’s name was mistakenly added to the mortgage he obtained in 2006, that the bank has ignored requests to remove her name from the foreclosure documents and thus wrecked her credit history, and that the bank held up a pending short sale.

[HERALD TRIBUNE]

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