One West Bank, FSB v. Jason Jarvis, et al. | Bank sanctioned by trial judge ... homeowners given a "free house". Appellate REVERSES judge .... on remand judge sanctions bank AGAIN and again ONEWEST appeals. But it is the "Fire *This* Time" for the Bankster Ilk

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One West Bank, FSB v. Jason Jarvis, et al. | Bank sanctioned by trial judge … homeowners given a “free house”. Appellate REVERSES judge …. on remand judge sanctions bank AGAIN and again ONEWEST appeals. But it is the “Fire *This* Time” for the Bankster Ilk

One West Bank, FSB v. Jason Jarvis, et al. | Bank sanctioned by trial judge … homeowners given a “free house”. Appellate REVERSES judge …. on remand judge sanctions bank AGAIN and again ONEWEST appeals. But it is the “Fire *This* Time” for the Bankster Ilk

IN THE
COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA

One West Bank, FSB,
Appellant-Plaintiff,

v.

Jason Jarvis, Natalie Jarvis, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, INC. As Nominee for American Mortgage Network, INC., GE Money Bank, and Saddle Creek Estates Homeowners Association, INC.
Appellee-Defendants

June 23, 2015

Court of Appeals Case No. 45A03-1501-MF-1

Appeal from the Lake Superior Court The Honorable Calvin D. Hawkins, Judge Cause No. 45D02-1107-MF-222

Bailey, Judge. Court of Appeals of Indiana | Memorandum Decision 45A03-1501-MF-1 | June 23, 2015

Case Summary
[1] OneWest Bank, FSB (“OneWest”) was twice found in contempt of court for its failure to comply with court orders arising from foreclosure proceedings against homeowners Jason and Natalie Jarvis (“the Jarvises”). OneWest was sanctioned and appealed. This Court reversed the appealed order and remanded the matter to the trial court with instructions. The trial court issued a revised order for sanctions following remand; from this order, OneWest appeals. We affirm.

Issues
[2] OneWest presents two issues for review:

I. Whether the trial court’s authority on remand was limited to excision of preclusion language found in the contempt order appealed; and

II. Whether the award of $100,000.00 as a sanction is improper.

[…]

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  1. frntncenter says:

    Why do people keep saying a free house? It’s not free for homeowners and the banks who never lend anything make 10x the loan with identity theft and homeowners signature. The homeowners weren’t committing the fraud, the banks were. If your award money as the victim of crime its not free. The only ones getting free homes are the banks.

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