JPMorgan Chase Loses Foreclosure Case at Fourth DCA After 5 Debt Sales

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JPMorgan Chase Loses Foreclosure Case at Fourth DCA After 5 Debt Sales

JPMorgan Chase Loses Foreclosure Case at Fourth DCA After 5 Debt Sales

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A purchase and assumption agreement was not enough to prove JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.’s legal standing in a foreclosure case before the Fourth District Court of Appeal.

The bank filed suit as successor to defunct Washington Mutual Bank against homeowners Ottoniel and Luz Cruz, alleging it was the owner of a real estate debt that changed hands at least five times.

JPMorgan Chase purchased the debt in September 2008 from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. when WAMU was in receivership, but that deal was one in a string of transfers.

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One Response to “JPMorgan Chase Loses Foreclosure Case at Fourth DCA After 5 Debt Sales”

  1. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty, Foe of Tyranny says:

    http://www.4dca.org/opinions/Mar%202016/03-23-16/4D14-3799.op.pdf

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