The Neil Garfield Radio Program: Back to Basics with North Carolina Attorney James Surane

 

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This evening North Carolina attorney Jim Surane will join Neil Garfield to discuss the first steps that should be taken in a Foreclosure defense case.

Surane states that, “A thorough title search of the property being subject to foreclosure is an absolute necessity.  This includes researching back to the plat in the case of a home in a subdivision, and back 30 years in a case in which the property is not in a subdivision.”  Surane has won many cases based upon errors in the chain of title.  “It must be remembered that a large majority of the mortgages that we deal with today were closed between the years of 1992 – 2007.  During these years, closing attorneys and lenders were overwhelmed with business, and as a result many errors in preparing documents that compromised the lenders lien rights.”  Surane will outline the steps that should be taken in order to properly prepare to defend a foreclosure case including:

  • Errors in the legal descriptions
  • The legal description was attached at the time the deed of trust was signed
  • Errors in the timing of the recordation of documents in the chain of title
  • Errors in the spelling of the grantor or grantee names
  • Both Grantors names in the body of the Deed of Trust and not just signed
  • Failure to include all necessary signatures on deeds

Attorney James Surane is the Managing Partner at James W. Surane Law.  He manages all aspects of trial preparation and Superior Court appearances involving foreclosure defense and general civil litigation.

Over the past 25 years Surane has litigated hundreds both bench and jury trials. Over the past 8 years, he has tried over 75 cases involving foreclosure defense and bank lawsuits, many of which resulted in very favorable outcomes for his clients. In addition to litigation, Surane manages a real estate closing department and understands the legal intricacies of title and closings. The real estate closing department has closed several thousand loans for clients.

Contact:

Attorney James W. Surane

18825 West Catawba Avenue, Suite 150

Cornelius, NC 28031

(O) 704.895.5885

(F)  866.410.6311
ssurane@suranelawpllc.com

Website: www.suranelawpllc.com

 

 

Tonight’s Guest on the Neil Garfield Show: On the Heels of Yvanova come Sciarratta and Gieseke

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  California Foreclosure Justice

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The legal landscape is changing in California.  After a foreclosure drought, Yvanova opened a floodgate of new decisions that bolster a homeowner’s right to challenge a fraudulent foreclosure pre- and post-sale.

Joining us tonight on the Neil Garfield Show is San Diego attorney Charles Marshall who had a case vacated in Gieseke v. Bank of America, when BOA won on summarily without having to provide an oral argument based on a lack of standing.  The case was remanded the case back to District Court where it will be reconsidered. Gieseke Remand Order 5 20 16 from 9th Circuit.

Charles will discuss Gieseke in regards to the recent California Yvanova and Keshtgar decisions.
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Attorney Charles Marshall
Email: cmarshall@marshallestatelaw.com
Website: marshallesquire.com
Phone number: 619.807.2628, 619.755.7825

Note:Attorneys Stephen Lopez and Charles Marshall are not affiliated.

The Neil Garfield Radio Program: James “Randy” Ackley Recording

Listen Here: https://youtu.be/jOeAe9zT5D0

Yesterday, attorney James “Randy” Ackley appeared on the Neil Garfield Radio Show.  The show was a fascinating discussion about banks’ creating the illusion of standing when a bank is unable to demonstrate they have the right to foreclose.

Neil and Randy addressed why the courts were allowing loan servicers to present evidence that was hearsay, often fraudulent and did not comply with the rules of evidence. Ackley stated that, “The court is allowing evidence to be introduced that would not be admitted in any other type of case.” The discussion brought up the fact that courts are making erroneous presumptions in favor of the banks despite the fact that there is now a public record of banks fabricating evidence, robosigning documents, false notarizations and bank employees testifying under oath about facts they know nothing about.

To learn more about Randy Ackley at: http://4closurefraud.org/2016/04/05/james-r-ackley-responding-to-disaster-a-contemporary-approach-to-foreclosure-defense

 

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