TFH 3/25 | 10 Ways Courts Could Easily Reduce Otherwise Increasing Residential Foreclosure Case Backlogs by More Than 95% While Protecting Homeowners at the Same Time -- Are Any Judge's Listening? (Rebroadcast from 7/2/17)

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TFH 3/25 | 10 Ways Courts Could Easily Reduce Otherwise Increasing Residential Foreclosure Case Backlogs by More Than 95% While Protecting Homeowners at the Same Time — Are Any Judge’s Listening? (Rebroadcast from 7/2/17)

TFH 3/25 | 10 Ways Courts Could Easily Reduce Otherwise Increasing Residential Foreclosure Case Backlogs by More Than 95% While Protecting Homeowners at the Same Time — Are Any Judge’s Listening? (Rebroadcast from 7/2/17)

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10 Ways Courts Could Easily Reduce Otherwise Increasing Residential Foreclosure Case Backlogs by More Than 95% While Protecting Homeowners at the Same Time — Are Any Judge’s Listening? (Rebroadcast from 7/2/17)

 

 

 

 

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We have learned that several foreclosure judges nationwide are now listening to The Foreclosure Hour. As a result, we decided to rebroadcast our July 2, 2017 show in advance symbolically of Easter 2018.

Many of our listeners have concluded that foreclosure judges are either politically corrupt protecting their private pensions or just plain stupid.

The Foreclosure Hour believes otherwise, that most foreclosure judges are historically simply misinformed or perceive themselves bound by archaic case precedent, while equally or more so understandably concerned about enormous foreclosure case backlogs.

For, not only has mortgage and trust deed law become enormously complicated with the advent of securitized trusts, but the size of judicial residential foreclosure case backlogs has sharply gyrated up and down in recent decades in virtually all state and federal courts.

Starting approximately between 1990 and 2000, for instance, and escalating after the 2008 Mortgage Crisis, in many state and federal jurisdictions the number of judicial foreclose filings rapidly increased, annoyingly becoming the majority of all cases in many courts, with dramatically mushrooming case backlogs, which forced many courts irrationally to adopt in arguably wrongly perceived self-defense either openly or in effect the “rocket docket” processing of many residential foreclosure cases.

Federal courts, moreover, adopted in response what they openly called a “triage” approach, instructing Magistrates frankly to force foreclosure settlements, Magistrates frequently threatening homeowners that otherwise their assigned federal district judge would rule against them, which is what usually happened — anything to cut their foreclosure backlogs which in truth were restricting the time available for all other cases often deemed more important by federal judges.

And when Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, in order to save money and speed up foreclosures, instructed foreclosure attorneys in many states by 2000 to elect nonjudicial foreclosures instead, many courts expressed a sigh of relief as if a tsunami had turned away, and matter-of-factly closed their collective eyes to abuses in the unsupervised nonjudicial foreclosure process.

Today in many state court jurisdictions there is emerging an increased awareness of the unacceptable abuses in nonjudicial foreclosure sales as well as within securitized trust judicial foreclosure litigation, with increased appellate restrictions being announced almost daily upon judicial and nonjudicial foreclosing plaintiffs alike, raising the specter once again of increasing foreclosure case backlogs, surely soon to threaten a possibly new self-defensive retreat by state courts away from protecting homeowner rights.

To hopefully counter this reverse trend which we are already seeing, with many lower courts outright ignoring homeowner friendly appellate court decisions in their own jurisdiction, The Foreclosure Hour presents again its 10 ways in which courts could easily cut their foreclosure case backlogs by more than 95% while increasing, not decreasing, protections for homeowners.

Yes, it is possible. Listen and learn how. Tune in to this Sunday’s rebroadcast, or listen in when the show’s audio is immediately posted on the “past broadcasts” section of our Website, www.foreclosurehour.com.

And while on our Website, join H-PAC (The Homeowners SuperPAC) to support this and other needed reforms.

Judges especially listening this Sunday and Legislators also will be pleasantly surprised, for problems are often not our problem, but the way we relate to problems is often our real problem.

Gary Dubin

Please go to our website, www.foreclosurehour.com, and join your fellow homeowners in the Homeowners SuperPac today.

A Membership Application is posted there waiting for your support.

 

 

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