Mota v Wells Fargo - closer look at a bankruptcy case with REAL DOCUMENTS

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Mota v Wells Fargo – closer look at a bankruptcy case with REAL DOCUMENTS

Mota v Wells Fargo – closer look at a bankruptcy case with REAL DOCUMENTS

A closer look at a BK case in the news (Mota v Wells).

TRANSFER OF CLAIM OTHER THAN FOR SECURITY A CLAIM HAS BEEN FILED IN THIS CASE or deemed filed under 11 U.S.C. § 1111(a).

Transferee hereby gives evidence and notice pursuant to Rule 3001(e)(2), Fed. R. Bankr. P., of the transfer, other than for security, of the claim referenced in this evidence and notice.

In this case (Mota v Wells) Mota’s Complaint has excellent language for cases regarding real property matters.

Transfer and Assignment:

Also discovered in this case was an interesting discovery of an actual document that is/was required to be filed in bankruptcy cases officially describing ‘transfer’ (alleged) of real property – very few if any cases over the past 7 years has had this mandatory document (B 210-A) filed in BK cases – along with an ‘official’ “Transfer and Assignment” spelling out the actual parties, their titles and an actual corporate signatory – as opposed to the millions of phoney MERS assignments robo-signer docs, etc. . .

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Mota v Wells NY BK – Wells ANS


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