Note Capital Group, Inc. v. Perretta | RI SC - the Perrettas contend that Note Capital was not entitled to enforce the note because the chain of title to the note was tainted by an improper transfer... that Note Capital was not entitled to enforce the note secured by a mortgage on their property because the note had been lost by the previous holder of the note, American Residential Equities, LIX, LLC (ARELIX),2 prior to the assignment of the mortgage to Note Capital

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Note Capital Group, Inc. v. Perretta | RI SC – the Perrettas contend that Note Capital was not entitled to enforce the note because the chain of title to the note was tainted by an improper transfer… that Note Capital was not entitled to enforce the note secured by a mortgage on their property because the note had been lost by the previous holder of the note, American Residential Equities, LIX, LLC (ARELIX),2 prior to the assignment of the mortgage to Note Capital

Note Capital Group, Inc. v. Perretta | RI SC –  the Perrettas contend that Note Capital was not entitled to enforce the note because the chain of title to the note was tainted by an improper transfer… that Note Capital was not entitled to enforce the note secured by a mortgage on their property because the note had been lost by the previous holder of the note, American Residential Equities, LIX, LLC (ARELIX),2 prior to the assignment of the mortgage to Note Capital

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