The Bank of New York Mellon v. Horner | CA 4DCA- Foreclosure Sale Valid Even if Party Purporting to Be Beneficiary Wasn't

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The Bank of New York Mellon v. Horner | CA 4DCA- Foreclosure Sale Valid Even if Party Purporting to Be Beneficiary Wasn’t

The Bank of New York Mellon v. Horner |  CA 4DCA- Foreclosure Sale Valid Even if Party Purporting to Be Beneficiary Wasn’t

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One Response to “The Bank of New York Mellon v. Horner | CA 4DCA- Foreclosure Sale Valid Even if Party Purporting to Be Beneficiary Wasn’t”

  1. dan says:

    court injustice on full display here folks bony was permitted to foreclose here with no assignment of mortgage just because the court alleges that Nationstar gave bony permission to foreclose
    what a bull crap permission to foreclose can only be is assignment of rights which bony in this case did not have ,clearly the homeowner got shafted here what ashamed when courts sides with banksters fraud

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