Does a lender’s failure to explore options to prevent foreclosure in clear violation of Civil Code section 2923.5 affect title to foreclosed property when the property is purchased — not by a bona fide purchaser for value — but by the very lender who violated the statute?
NATURE OF THE CASE AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY
This case arises under the recently enacted Civil Code section 2923.5 which requires residential mortgage lenders to explore alternatives to foreclosure with borrowers before initiating non-judicial foreclosure proceedings
The is a Plaintiff Petition for review of cc 2923.5 regarding reversal of all violations of the act. The decision in the Appeal Court IV. Division 3 has shown no tender, no preemption etc. This goes for all people regardless if they have been foreclosed. If foreclosed with sale asking Court to review reversal for all.
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