Missing from this article is how homeowners are being fraudulently foreclosed upon and how this affects title to the homes.
Once again, homeowners continue to get shafted by those in office.
Just because you have money doesn’t mean you made it because you’re smart!See Video Below…
ST. Pete Times-
TALLAHASSEE — The push is on in Florida to cut the courts out of the foreclosure process.
Supporters of the concept — which is used in nearly 30 states — say it will speed foreclosures, get houses back onto the real estate market and boost the economy.
Opponents say it puts property owners at the mercy of banks.
Gov. Rick Scott, House Speaker Dean Cannon and Senate President Mike Haridopolos all say they are interested in considering legislation to change Florida laws so judges won’t have to referee foreclosures.
Here is never-before-seen footage of Rick Scott during a deposition in an anti-trust lawsuit against his former company Columbia/HCA Health. Scott’s company was fined a record $1.7 billion on charges of Medicare fraud. Despite being a lawyer and being CEO of one of the nation’s largest hospital chains, Scott evades answers to even the most basic questions. If Scott won’t answer questions when under oath, how can we expect him to be honest with us?
In a turn of events that consumer advocates are celebrating, Florida’s infamous “rocket docket” foreclosure courts may be on the verge of extinction, thanks to state budget cuts.
According to a document obtained by The Huffington Post, Palm Beach County has already started cancelling foreclosure cases. “Because of the lack of funding from the Florida legislature, judges will be unable to preside over foreclosure trials beginning July 1, 2011,” the order reads.
On Monday, Stern wrote a letter to Palm Beach County Chief Judge Peter D. Blanc, pitching new strategies for the courts in dealing with his inevitable exit from the business of foreclosure prosecution. His letter places much of the blame on the lenders who ended their relationship with his firm but have not yet transferred the cases to new lawyers, leaving them in limbo and clogging up the overloaded courts.
The Honorable Charles T. Canady
Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Florida
500 South Duval Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1925
Dear Chief Justice Canady:
On March 22,2011, our office approved a temporary loan of $14,000,000 and requested additional information prior to approving any additional loan amounts. The information provided by your office, and the cost containment measures implemented, show that the remaining loan amount needed to cover the projected deficit through May has been reduced from $28,483,326 to $19,487,027. The Executive Office of the Governor hereby approves an additional loan, not to exceed $19,487,027, from available trust fund balances within the State Treasury to the State Courts Revenue Trust Fund.
Pursuant to section 215.18, Florida Statutes, transfers should only be made as needed to cover deficiencies, and the loan must be repaid as soon as practical, but not later than June 30, 2011.
The SEC is the regulator who allowed the Prospectus for many Mortgage Backed Securities to be filed. The Indymac MBS Residential Asset Securitization Trust 2007-A5, mortgage pass through 2007-E, with the Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated 3-1-2007 outlines proper assignment protocols and is the document that is needed for the court record. The SEC will do requests so you may judicially notice these documents for the record.
Your request was received in the certification office on 8/3/10; the time frame is 14+ working days to process
LAS VEGAS — An arrest warrant has been issued for a process server accused of falsifying paperwork in dozens of cases and potentially hundreds more, in what police called a scheme to defraud the courts.
Former Las Vegas Metro police officer Maurice Carroll is wanted by police for 35 counts of perjury, false filing of paperwork and obtaining money under false pretenses. Metro says he said he served people with legal papers, but didn’t.
Carroll runs On Scene Mediations out of a North Las Vegas home. The criminal complaint said he admitted to officers he lied on affidavits and falsified work. That has caused problems in an unknown number of cases at the Regional Justice Center and potentially in District Court.