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BofA has stopped filing mortgage default notices in Salt Lake County

BofA has stopped filing mortgage default notices in Salt Lake County


Christian Barlow of St. George, asked why ReconTrust had halted filing foreclosures under its name if it believes the practice is legal. “If ReconTrust can foreclose, why did they stop?” he asked.

Salt Lake Times-

Bank of America stopped filing foreclosure default notices in Salt Lake County earlier this month, but its attorney argued in court Thursday that it still has the legal right to do so.

The seeming contradiction wasn’t explained by the bank, though the halt in filing of notices of default in county property records apparently comes ahead of a pending agreement with the Utah Attorney General’s Office to end the practice state attorneys consider illegal.

[THE SALT LAKE TIMES]

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Rhode Island Court Suspends All Foreclosures Until Further Order of the Court

Rhode Island Court Suspends All Foreclosures Until Further Order of the Court


Thank you to Dave L (Chunga85) Foreclosure Hamlet for this tip!

By looks of this, it appears to have to do with Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.

From the order:

4. All mortgage foreclosure cases are hereby STAYED and shall remain so until further order of the Court. Any deadlines for filing on any issue are hereby suspended. Counsel are permitted to file Notice of Appearance.

[…]

9. The Court will hear argument on the standing issue in Plaintiff’s Objections to the Reports and Recommendations in Fryzel v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. et al. (C.A. No. 10-352-M) and Cosajay v. Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. et al. (C.A. No. 10-442-M) on September 13, 2011 at 10:a.m. in Courtroom 3. Any party subject to this order that is not a party to the aforementioned two cases wishing to file an amicus brief on the standing shall do so by September 2, 2011. Only counsel in the aforementioned two individual cases will be allowed to present oral argument.

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Chicago Court Orders Suspension of 1700 Foreclosures Due to Altered Documents

Chicago Court Orders Suspension of 1700 Foreclosures Due to Altered Documents


According to the Chicago Tribune

A Cook County Circuit Court judge has taken the unusual step of temporarily halting at least 1,700 mortgage foreclosures after a law firm told the court that the cases contained altered documents, the Tribune has learned.

Fisher and Shapiro LLC, one of the top three law firms used by mortgage servicers to handle their local foreclosure actions, reported to the court that, in a breach of protocol, affidavits in the cases were changed. Among other things, fees were added after the documents were signed by servicers.

[…]

“It’s similar to robo-signing in that it’s a high-volume pattern and practice of cutting corners, expediting the process through making false representations,” said Daniel Lindsey, an attorney at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago, which is not directly involved in the matter. “The fallout is this order and some delay, and maybe (it will) help some people figure out some alternatives.”

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