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HAWAII SENATE RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE AG TO INVESTIGATE FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS AND ASMTS OF MTG LOAN DOCS ARE ALLEGED.

HAWAII SENATE RESOLUTION DIRECTING THE AG TO INVESTIGATE FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS AND ASMTS OF MTG LOAN DOCS ARE ALLEGED.


HAWAII SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION  S.C.R. NO. 39 – NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT AND TESTIMONY BEFORE MARCH 13, 2012 at 10:15 A.M.

Deadly Clear-

In an effort to get the Hawaii Attorney General’s focus on the fraudulent documents filed in the Hawaii Bureau of Conveyances, the Hawaii Senate drafted a Concurrent Resolution in cooperation with the House Representatives:

DIRECTING THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF HAWAII TO INVESTIGATE CASES WHERE FRAUDULENT TRANSFERS AND ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE LOAN DOCUMENTS ARE ALLEGED“…and just in time.

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Bank of America, Citibank, UBS Violated Antitrust Law, Fund Says in Suit

Bank of America, Citibank, UBS Violated Antitrust Law, Fund Says in Suit


Do you see the direction this is heading…

BLOOMBERG-

A West Virginia pension fund sued Bank of America Corp. (BAC), Citigroup Inc. (C)’s Citibank unit and UBS AG (UBSN) claiming they manipulated the London Interbank Offered Rate, or Libor, in violation of U.S. antitrust law.

The Carpenters Pension Fund of West Virginia filed a complaint in federal court in Manhattan yesterday claiming the banks and a group of unnamed co-conspirators deliberately understated their borrowing costs to depress Libor, lowering their interest expenses on products tied to the rate.

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Judge Orders Quicken Loans to Pay $2.7 Million Award in West Virginia Fraud Case

Judge Orders Quicken Loans to Pay $2.7 Million Award in West Virginia Fraud Case


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

A West Virginia judge has slapped online mortgage giant Quicken Loans Inc. with more than $2.7 million in punitive damages and legal costs after finding the lender had defrauded a borrower by misleading her about her loan and using an inflated property appraisal.

Ohio County (W.Va.) Circuit Judge Arthur Recht awarded the borrower just under $2.17 million in punitive damages. He also ordered that Quicken pay her attorneys nearly $600,000 in legal fees and costs. In a ruling last year, Recht had called Quicken’s conduct “unconscionable.”

James Bordas, one of the attorneys who represented the borrower, said he hoped the award would send a message to struggling homeowners that “big companies can’t just come in and cheat them.”

Dan Gilbert, Quicken’s founder and chairman, told the Center for Public Integrity that the judge’s fraud finding and damages award were “irrational and incomprehensible.”

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