JPMorgan Loses Foreclosure Appeal for Lack of Proof

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A state appellate court found JPMorgan Chase Bank improperly won at trial despite a lack of "any document or other evidence to establish its foreclosure action."

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  • Elaine Williams in Baltimore

    "I believe they did not file a response, although they were ordered to by the court, because they read my brief and agreed with what it said," 66 Team attorney Michael Winer of Fort Lauderdale said. "There was no competent substantial evidence presented to the court, and therefore the final judgment was subject to being vacated." I had the exact same situation here in Baltimore. Bill Savage of Shapiro & Burson didn‘t bother to respond to my attorney‘s filing. The judge refused to hear why my attorney had to say and sent his clerk out to tell us "he wants to hear from the other side." The other side had a chance to respond and didn‘t. I also think that my attorney didn‘t want to risk his 30 year reputation so he didn‘t object much what happened.

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