Deutsche Bank Natl. Trust Co. v Royal Blue Realty Holdings, Inc | NYSC - The Court held that plaintiffs foreclosure action was time-barred because it filed the instant action after the six-year statute of limitations period expired

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Deutsche Bank Natl. Trust Co. v Royal Blue Realty Holdings, Inc | NYSC – The Court held that plaintiffs foreclosure action was time-barred because it filed the instant action after the six-year statute of limitations period expired

Deutsche Bank Natl. Trust Co. v Royal Blue Realty Holdings, Inc | NYSC – The Court held that plaintiffs foreclosure action was time-barred because it filed the instant action after the six-year statute of limitations period expired

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY
AS TRUSTEE FOR AMERICAN HOME MORTGAGE
ASSET TRUST 2006-6, MORTGAGE-BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES
2006-6

Plaintiff,

-against-

ROYAL BLUE REALTY HOLDINGS,
INC., JOHN SOUTO A/K/A JOHN
R. SOUTO, AS HEIR TO THE
ESTATE OF SERGE J. SOUTO
A/K/A SERGE SOUTO, MIDLAND
FUNDING LLC, SING YU INTERNATIONAL
INC SY MARBLE & GRANITE IMPORTORS,
CORNICELLO TENDLER & BAUMEL-CORNICELLO,
JESSE HERMAN, THOMAS HASKINS, G-NET
CONSTRUCTION CORP., JORDAN BUTTORFF,
LESLIE BUTTORFF, NEW YORK
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL BOARD
THE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF 130
BARROW STREET CONDOMINIUM, NEW
YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION
AND FINANCE, UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA,

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One Response to “Deutsche Bank Natl. Trust Co. v Royal Blue Realty Holdings, Inc | NYSC – The Court held that plaintiffs foreclosure action was time-barred because it filed the instant action after the six-year statute of limitations period expired”

  1. Mr. Behavior says:

    Looks like DBNTC wants a “take back,” or a “do over,” of the July 8, 2008, letter.

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