FROM: ALL OHIO HOMEOWNERS
RE: U.S. Bank National Assoc. v. Antoine Duvall et al.
CASE Number 2011-0218
To have STANDING, as a plaintiff, in a mortgage foreclosure action, must a party show that it owned the NOTE and the MORTGAGE when the complaint was filed?
PREVIOUS ANSWER: YES - Plaintiff must own the NOTE and MORTGAGE
WHY for the 4th time - in this case - is the same question before the court ?
Although this question has been repeatedly asked and answered - somehow - you have allowed the big banks to reintroduce the question, and have yet another opportunity to twist the law - in your court (surely you can't be bought......can you?).
Will you honor your oath of office and do the right thing? Will you uphold the LAW?
Will you allow a "Wall Street" destruction to Ohio Land, Title, & Property ownership?
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Brief Case History of U.S. Bank v. Duvall:
Both a Cuyahogo County Civil Court (Cleveland) followed by an Ohio District Appellate court (8th) dismissed the case against Duvall because US Bank (as trustee) didn’t prove it owned the note and mortgage BEFORE it filed the foreclosure. A third attempt was made by asking the Supreme Court to reconsider the Appellate Courts decision. That too was declined. In a final desperate attempt to change existing law, the Predator Drone Foreclosure Mill law firm found some Pro-Se defended cases that had misinterpreted or misapplied Ohio Law. US Bank used these poorly decided cases to request the Supreme Court of Ohio to certify a conflict in Ohio Law.
But the FRAUD would be exposed in this case in seeing the transfer & assignment of mortgage ...or worse, to have the court see..... that the NOTE was never properly or legally transferred to the TRUST. So the easiest and best solution - pay it off and cover up the fraud. Then simply ask the court to dismiss this case .... See this ploy - below - from our previous post:
Ohio FRAUDclosure blogger brief to Supreme Court of Ohio
In an effort to "Blindfold Lady Justice" and twist the legal arm of the state's highest court US Bank NA "PAID IN FULL" (satisfied) the Duvall's underlying Mortgage balance in an attempt to force Defendant homeowner counsel, along with plaintiff (Predator Drone Law Firm) to both suggest: The case, decision, and underlying question....are now.... MOOT
Supreme Court of Ohio - If you need any help with American Property Law:
Read MASSACHUSETTS HIGH COURTS decision with the EXACT same parties:
The case decision ends with....Judgments affirmed, and Judge J Cordy further adds....
I concur fully in the opinion of the court, and write separately only to underscore that what is surprising about these cases is.... the utter carelessness with which the plaintiff banks documented the titles to their assets. There is no dispute that the mortgagors of the properties in question had defaulted on their obligations, and that the mortgaged properties were subject to foreclosure. Before commencing such an action, however, the holder of an assigned mortgage needs to take care to ensure that his legal paperwork is in order. Foreclosure is a powerful act with significant consequences, and Massachusetts law has always required that it proceed strictly in accord with the statutes that govern it.
The type of sophisticated transactions leading up to the accumulation of the notes and mortgages in question in these cases and their securitization, and, ultimately the sale of mortgaged-backed securities, are not barred nor even burdened by the requirements of Massachusetts law. The plaintiff banks, who brought these cases.. have simply failed to prove that the underlying assignments of the mortgages that they allege (and would have) entitled them to foreclose ever existed in any legally cognizable form.
ORIGINAL POST (April 2011):
OHIO SUPREME COURT - to make landmark decision
Additional Commentary posted at: Home Equity Theft Reporter linked below:
Ohio Supremes To Decide Whether Foreclosing Party Must Own Both Note, Mortgage At The Time Complaint Is Filed
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