Questions raised about notary signatures in foreclosure cases

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Questions raised about notary signatures in foreclosure cases

Questions raised about notary signatures in foreclosure cases

Questions raised if a deceased person signed documents well after they passed away?? C’mon this is ludicrous.

We have another Martha Kunkle on our hands… “Affidavits Do Tell Dead Tales” Portfolio’s Martha Kunkle


Detroit Free Press-

Detroit Legal News clerk Chris Fahgren’s notarized signature appeared on dozens of legal documents required for posting public foreclosure notices in the newspaper in late December 2009 and early 2010.

But Fahgren was in a coma at the time, following a Dec. 21, 2009, car accident. Even after she died on Jan. 4, 2010, her signature — dated and notarized — continued to show up in legal documents for more than three weeks, including one dated Jan. 30, 2010.

[DETROIT FREE PRESS]

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