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The Foreclosure Hour 11/15/2015: The Truth About Truth-In-Lending Rescissions: Understanding the Case Law and Why Judges Dislike TILA

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A Florida Foreclosure Mill (Consuegra) Is Sued By Their Title Company..(Very Interesting) – Weidner Law

The real money in foreclosure plaintiff’s work is not the pesky work of getting judgments…the real money is in conveying the properties after the fact.

via A Florida Foreclosure Mill (Consuegra) Is Sued By Their Title Company..(Very Interesting) – Weidner Law.

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The Foreclosure Hour 10/25/2015: What Every Homeowner Needs To Know About Standing: Successful Ways of Defeating Claims of Standing in Foreclosure Cases

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8th Cir. holds TILA’s ‘$35 tolerance’ right to cancel in foreclosures must be exercised after foreclosure initiated – Lexology

Rescission Words

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit recently rejected an attempt to rescind a mortgage loan and recover damages under the federal Truth in Lending Act (TILA), affirming the district court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of the mortgagee because the borrowers only tried to cancel their mortgage loan before foreclosure proceedings were initiated, and not thereafter.

Therefore, the Court held, the borrowers did not qualify for TILA’s expanded right to rescind in foreclosure arising under 15 U.S.C. § 1635(i)(2).

via 8th Cir. holds TILA’s ‘$35 tolerance’ right to cancel in foreclosures must be exercised after foreclosure initiated – Lexology.

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Travis County – Texas Property Owners Suffer Because of MERS Court Ruling

Dana DeBeauvoir

AUSTIN, TX (October 6, 2015) — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir, joined by the Travis County Commissioners’ Court, issues the following statement regarding the recent ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in Harris County v. MERSCorp Incorporated:

Most people will never notice that the public paperwork you typically expect to be recorded with the County Clerk whenever you buy a house, get a new lender, or refinance your mortgage isn’t being filed at all. A group of residential lenders created MERSCorp (Mortgage Electronic Recording System) several years ago for its own purposes and for bypassing the public record. This group has succeeded in creating its own private registry. The Travis County Commissioners Court, supported by the Travis County Clerk, joined a federal lawsuit in Nueces County to put a stop to this secret, substitute recording system.

via Travis County – Texas Property Owners Suffer Because of MERS Court Ruling.