Foreclosure challenge dies quiet death in federal court

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Foreclosure challenge dies quiet death in federal court

Foreclosure challenge dies quiet death in federal court

Timing was everything and the cartels knew all along they would have trouble proving standing …so changing the rules was the easiest step back in 2006.


Denver Post-

An Arvada woman’s efforts at challenging the constitutionality of Colorado’s foreclosure laws died a quiet death this month when a federal judge dismissed her case.

Lisa Kay Brumfiel’s legal battle to stop the foreclosure of her house took a fatal hit Oct. 2 when U.S. District Judge William J. Martínez ruled that his jurisdiction to handle the case dissolved months ago when U.S. Bank changed how it would pursue the property.

Brumfiel challenged the constitutionality of Colorado’s most common foreclosure process, known as a Rule 120, which is a streamlined way for lenders to take mortgaged property when homeowners default.

[DENVER POST]

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2 Responses to “Foreclosure challenge dies quiet death in federal court”

  1. Most cases die in the federal courts so on to the Appeals court and or the Supreme court where the only justice seems to surface. This is “No surprise” to me.

  2. Sarah says:

    The bank drops rule 120 to foreclose via rule 105, thus the challenge of whether rule 120 was constitutional is outside of the jurisdiction of this court. So, onto the State District Court, where I’d venture to guess the terrain is more difficult. One person against a “consortium of investors”, gotta love those odds. There’s more of us than them, onward to universal affordable housing!

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