Foreclosure Strategists: Phx. Meeting Forcible Entry & Detainers

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Editor’s Comment:

Contact: Darrell Blomberg  602-686-7355

Meeting: Tuesday, May 29th, 2012, 7pm to 9pm

TOPIC: Forcible Entry & Detainers

Forcible Entry & Detainers (FED) supplemented by an in depth review of Trustee’s Deeds Upon Sale.  We’ll also look at how the Appellate courts are telling us to side-step the “can’t argue title” issue, removing a FED action to Federal Court, disclosures under A.R.S. §33-812 and the relationship of 1099s to Bona Fide Purchasers.

We meet every week!

Every Tuesday: 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Come early for dinner and socialization. (Food service is also available during meeting.)
Macayo’s Restaurant, 602-264-6141, 4001 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012. (east side of Central Ave just south of Indian School Rd.)
COST: $10… and whatever you want to spend on yourself for dinner, helpings are generous so bring an appetite.
 Please Bring a Guest! 
(NOTE: There is a $2.49 charge for the Happy Hour Buffet unless you at least order a soft drink.)


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May your opportunities be bountiful and your possibilities unlimited.

“Emissary of Observation”

Darrell Blomberg


3 Responses

  1. The note and deed of trust were immediately separated. The note and deed of trust have to travel hand in hand together. See Carpenter V Longan 1872 US Supreme court, case law, states when separated the note is void. Another reason the mortgage is void. Not voidable. And definately not secured by the note. This all happened at inception of the loan. Additionally non disclosure of what was happening and non compliance with State CPA laws and State Deed of Trust laws breached the contract. The stockmarket was bidding on our signatures for defaults before we even signed the documents, and just filled out the application for the loan. Outrageous. Anyone see this differently?

  2. From what Neil has posted for the last couple of years, this is a typo. I am sure he meant to say NOT secured. NOT Not! A double negative. He had consistantly claimed the notes are unsecured notes. And I believe farther than that, that they are not only unsecured from the deed of trust, but void period. Due to securities fraud in the stockmarket and empty pooling servicing agreements. Never entered. All a con game.

  3. @ All

    On the 19th Neil stated: “deny that the loan was NOT secured (i.e. that the mortgage lien was NOT perfected when filed”.

    I don’t get it – sounds backwards – missing something. Will someone please clarify.


    PS: Enjoy your BBQ.

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