TONIGHT! Unclean Hands: Dirty tactics by Wells Fargo and others coming back to haunt them? — Neil Garfield Show!!
When the other side is playing hardball with dirty tricks, perjury and fraud, what do you do?
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In the December 2017 Florida judicial foreclosure case of Wells Fargo Bank v. Riley, Court holds after trial that Defendant homeowner prevails and keeps his home due to three legal theories, the first and paramount one that the Plaintiff Wells Fargo on behalf of a Chase Trust, had unclean hands for through a key witness dissembling at trial (and failing to prove) that the ‘Chase Trust’ had possession of the original Mortgage Loan Schedule (MLS) at issue in the case.
As the opinion after trial noted, “even if Plaintiff had standing to foreclose (a meritorious claim), Plaintiff would be denied the equitable relief of foreclosure upon a finding that Plaintiff took action in pursuing this foreclosure that reasonable and honest men would condemn.”
Now to see this principle of unclean hands applied in California and other non-judicial case lawsuits on behalf of homeowner Plaintiffs….
Spoiler alert: There is no Mortgage Loan Schedule except when it needs to be fabricated. If it were otherwise the banks wouldn’t be able to trade loans and derivatives in their own names, thus depriving investors of profits that are rightfully theirs.
My own take is that dirty hands only comes out for real at trial. Therefore it is up to the homeowner’s attorney to eviscerate the robowitness who knows nothing except what was on the script he/she memorized. Key words: Timely objections and Cross examination. If you don’t know how to do that, stay out of the courtroom.
Join attorney Charles Marshall and investigator Bill Paatalo, each of whom has examined these issued closely. PERSISTENCE COUNTS!
Source: Living Lies, their name say’s it all!