Case Involuntarily Dismissed: Caliber & U.S. Bank Trust for LSF9 Master Participation Trust Lose In Florida –

Please study the attached transcript for a road map regarding how a homeowner’s attorney should question a servicer’s witness.   See:  BOA-v-Asset-Acquisitions-Re-LSF9

Great job by Michelle Belmont, Esq.!

Click to access WON-Transrcipt-BOA-v-Asset-Acquisitions.pdf

Here’s a case we’ve seen a thousand times. Plaintiff, U.S. Bank Trust, N.A. as Trustee for LSF9 Master Participation Trust, is substituted in during the litigation. Caliber as the servicer sends in its witness minion to parrot what he/she has been told.
But this time things went south very quickly for Caliber. Though the note, mortgage, assignment, and most everything else were stipulated to prior to trial, attorney Michelle Belmont attacked the validity of the LPOA to which the court rejected and dismissed the case involuntarily. The Court clearly recognized that the witness could not reach first base without the Court allowing the LPOA into the record. The best part however, is the judge telegraphs what he perceives was the fatal strategy to bring in a witness from Caliber, when the Plaintiff became “U.S. Bank Trust, N.A.” He says, “Where’s the witness from U.S. Bank?” As everyone knows well, U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., or U.S. Bank, N.A. as Trustee knows nothing!
This is a roadmap that should be used in every single case!

Bill Paatalo

Oregon Private Investigator – PSID#49411

BP Investigative Agency, LLCP.O. Box 838

Absarokee, MT 59001Office: (406) 328-4075

Ft. Myers Attorney Michelle Belmont
Phone: (239) 848-6552 |
Office: 8660 College Parkway, Suite 180, Fort Myers, Florida

3 Responses

  1. Good case I posted it on fight Florida fraudclosures. I live the court transcript. My favorite is when the judge is questioning the witness and she knew nothing. Rolflol. God help us all and God speed to end this war against the middle class.

  2. That was fun to read … lol.

    Both attorneys were very good litigators, persistent, and, good on their feet, too. The bank’s attorney is slime of course, but, still a very adept, persistent litigator, for sure!

    God bless us all…

  3. Reblogged this on Mario Kenny.

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