David Dayen Repost: Inside the Abortive FBI Investigation of Illegal Foreclosure in Florida — Livinglies’s Weblog

Low-wage workers posed as bank presidents and signed bogus documents that kicked people out of their homes. Illustration by Dola Sun Flashback to May 2016. Inside the Abortive FBI Investigation of Illegal Foreclosure in Florida David Dayen May 31 2016, 4:30am The massive probe threatened to implicate the biggest banks in America, but sent just […]

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  1. Gail GatesGail Gates Post author

    Back in the 90’s count II of a foreclosure complaint was to re-establish a lost or destroyed note. It was standard in the complaints. No one thought much of it. In the late 90’s there were rumblings of re-establishing a lost or destroyed note, being illegal. Fast forward to current day and you will see along with the complaint in a foreclosure case, an affidavit by the plaintiff’s attorney stating they have possession of the original note.

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