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HSBC Bank, USA v. Young | Michigan Circuit Court – Debtor Has Standing to Argue Failure to Comply with Terms of PSA

HSBC Bank, USA v. Young | Michigan Circuit Court – Debtor Has Standing to Argue Failure to Comply with Terms of PSA

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A Michigan state court found that a debtor may oppose foreclosure on the basis that the assignment of the mortgage to the foreclosing party was in violation of the Pooling and Service Agreement and, therefore, ineffective. HSBC Bank, USA v. Young, No. 11-693 (Cir. Ct. Mich. Oct. 16, 2012). HSBC conducted a foreclosure by advertisement and bought the property at the foreclosure sale. When it moved the court for possession of the property the debtor challenged the legitimacy of the foreclosure on the basis that the assignment of the note and mortgage from Wells Fargo to HSBC took place after the note was in default in violation of the terms of the PSA.

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