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[VIDEO: BREAKING NEWS] Roy Oppenheim of Oppenheim Law assesses and criticizes Deutsche Bank Trust Company v. Beauvais court decision.
The following Daily Business Review article “The Court Sides with Lenders in Prolonged Foreclosure Case” includes excerpts by Roy Oppenheim, foreclosure defense attorney.
Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal firmly put its foot down against a rogue homeowners association which, like many other homeowners associations, has a tendency to bully defendants in foreclosure proceedings by failing to follow the law. Such conduct is not unusual in the realm of the foreclosure world. Continue reading→
Just last month California’s Supreme Court declined to rule on a hot and eagerly anticipated question for borrowers in foreclosure: whether a loan transferred into a trust after the trust’s closing date is void. The Court’s analysis in Yvanova v. New Century Mortgage Corporation discussed Glaski v. Bank of American N.A. which clearly stated that a borrower is able to claim that an assignment of their loan into a trust is void if the transfer occurred after the closing date of the trust. You may recall Glaski which cited a law review article written by Roy Oppenheim and Jacquelyn Trask, “Deconstructing the Black Magic of Securitized Trusts,” cited in its opinion. In Glaski, the Court simply stated that, a borrower facing a foreclosure is able defend itself by asserting that the transfer of their loan was improper because the transfer occurred after the closing date of the trust. Continue reading→
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