You Won't Believe What Decided the Fate of Foreclosure Cases at the 4th DCA

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The Fourth District Court of Appeal focused on lender documents and standing in deciding three foreclosure cases. Homeowners won two of them.

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  • CHAYO BRIGGS

    As a homeowner do I have the right to request documentation I have never received in relation to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) FORM 8300 & FORM 104 & FORMS 56F and FORM 56, FORM 3940A, FORM 211 and 1099 OID; because the loan was taken out on my behalf

  • Charles Reed

    Wells Fargo has this problem with the 1.3 million Washington Mutual Bank loans it been mortgage servicing since the Jul 31, 2006 servicing agreement. None of the Ginnie Mae pooled government insured loans were purchased and any loans foreclosed by Wells Fargo after Sept 25, 2008 are clearly a violation of criminal law and it violates the homeowner‘s US Constitutional Right in not having their personal property seized for the Federal Government in Ginnie Mae!

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