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Sunday – January 22, 2017
Ten Things That Every Foreclosure Judge Needs To Know: An Educational Guide Specially Prepared for New Foreclosure Judges
It is of course well known how many difficulties homeowners have had with foreclosure judges favoring pretender lenders, ordering foreclosures despite well documented lender abuses.
In large part that has been because no effort has been made in judiciaries nationwide to educate foreclosure judges regarding homeowner statutory, evidentiary, and constitutional rights.
On a recent broadcast we have discussed vital changes in the foreclosure process that only state legislatures can and should make, and soon we will be recommending for adoption nationwide a new model Mortgage Integrity Act (MIA).
This Sunday we are emphasizing the leadership that in the meantime our state judiciaries can contribute with the provision of proper education and training for foreclosure judges.
For example, when new judges are assigned to foreclosure calendars, that creates a special need as well as a special opportunity for such advance training, yet new foreclosure judges receiving no training seem to quickly continue the practices of their predecessors.
There are many reasons for that, such as their being assisted, at least temporarily, by the same closed minded staff, or schooled by their draconian predecessors — with no homeowner input whatsoever.
This Sunday’s live show, available shortly posted also on our Website at www.foreclosurehour.com, summarizes what new foreclosure judges especially need to know before they become indoctrinated into the usual lender dominated judicial culture.
In Honolulu, for instance, we now have a new foreclosure judge with no obvious prejudices or bank stock ownership conflicts and with a reputation for fair decision making in other areas, but with little if any adequate foreclosure experience, undoubtedly shortly to be inducted into the usual lenders-can-do-no-wrong judicial foreclosure club.
Homeowners should not be hesitant to seek ethical ways of educating especially new foreclosure judges before their minds become closed.
Hopefully, if efforts are made to get foreclosure judges, particularly new foreclosure judges, to become aware of the issues discussed on this Sunday’s show and listen in on our Website (if not listening live) to even more of our broadcasts, we might stimulate more equitable foreclosure decision making in your jurisdiction while waiting for needed broader ranging legislative changes.
John and I will therefore be inviting our new foreclosure judge in Honolulu to appear on the Foreclosure Hour and share her thoughts with us, calling attention to this Sunday’sshow.
And if any of our listeners will send us information on foreclosure judges in their jurisdiction, John and I will be pleased to specially invite each of them (without mentioning your name), referencing this Sunday’s show, to appear on a future show to discuss with John and me what every foreclosure judge needs to know.
Such discussions would have to be non-individual case specific of course, and any questioning respectful.
Freedom of speech should not be restricted by the wearing of black robes.
Even United States Supreme Court Justices have recently continually appeared on radio and television shows to explain in general their judicial views.
Why not foreclosure judges?
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