Learn from the Foreclosure Mills Themselves: Dealing with Defects in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States

Dealing with Defects in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States

On Thursday, the Legal League 100 held a webinar with a focus on title defects and how they can disrupt the foreclosure process, titled “How to Lose Your Case Before It Starts-Title Defects.”

The webinar was provided free of charge the mortgage servicing industry and hosted by Jim Deloach, Senior Counsel at McCalla Raymer Liebert Pierce, LLC and Chairman of the Legal League 100 Education Subcommittee. The speakers, in addition to Deloach, were Caren Jacobs Castle of the Wolf Firm, Shaun Ramer of Sirote and Permutt, and Morgan Weinstein of Van Ness Law Firm.

For approximately 45 minutes, the experts covered multiple scenarios title defects could rear their ugly head. Topics covered included wrongful release of a lien, servicing transfers, correcting recording issues, and statute of limitation concerns.

A portion of the webinar cited case studies on hot topics specific to individual states, with the understanding that any of these issues could easily spread to neighboring states.

“We are pleased to be able to provide these type of educational opportunities for the industry,” said Legal League 100 Executive Director Derek Templeton. “Whether it be by conducting webinars, producing reports, or simply providing a forum for legal professionals to collaborate with their mortgage servicing partners at the Legal League 100 Servicer Summits, we look forward to further showcasing the expertise represented by our member firms.”

To view the webinar click here.

The Legal League 100 is a professional association of default servicing law firms and service providers created in collaboration with the Five Star Institute. The League plans on hosting future webinars in order to bring the leading experts of the mortgage servicing industry to your desktop. On May 10, the

Legal League 100 will host its annual Spring Summit on May 10,2017 in Dallas Texas. This event is open exclusively to lenders, servicers, GSEs, regulators, and members of the Legal League 100.

John Kennerty, Caryn A. Graham – MERS Assistant Secretary, VP of Documentation, VP of Communications, BofA, Countrywide, Wells Fargo

Editor’s Note: Another example of attorney as MERS Assistant Secretary through access to password and user ID. She is an attorney with Marshall Watson and has appeared on numerous documents signing also as having limited power of attorney for Bank of America, Countrywide, Wells Fargo and probably others. Check your documents in Florida. If you see an assignment or any other document signed by her other than a pleading it is suspect, to say the least. You have the right to see the original, the basis for the “authorization,” and to conduct discovery — interrogatories, request to produce, request for admissions, depositions upon written questions and live deposition.

Caryn A. Graham – MERS Assistant Secretary

Caryn A. Graham – Attorney at Law at foreclosure mill Marshall Watson Fort Lauderdale, FL

Also listed on “Limited Power of Attorney” at Broward county records for BoA, Countrywide, and Wells Fargo.

JOHN KENNERTY-Signed for MERS as VP of Documentation on MERS assignments

JOHN KENNERTY-Signed as VP of Communications for America Servicing Company [owned by Wells Fargo] on other docs

JOHN KENNERTY-Signed as VP for Wells Fargo on other docs

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