|It's a secret -- hide the money - hide the default -- don't tell!|
Are the big banks playing "Hide the Default" game with their investors on faulty mortgages and why?
Is a loan really in default if the big bank servicing the loan continues to make payments to the "investor"?
"In the current flood of mortgage litigation, the so-called "tender rule" — that a borrower generally cannot set aside a foreclosure unless he or she tenders the full amount owed on the loan — poses a significant obstacle for many plaintiffs. The rationale behind this rule is that a borrower should not be able to avoid foreclosure when the borrower cannot pay his or her debt and any procedural errors could be cured. In Ferguson v. Avelo Mortgage, LLC (Cal.App. 2 Dist. Jun. 1, 2011) --- Cal.Rptr.3d ---, 2011 WL 2139143, the Court of Appeal again affirmed the tender rule and, by doing so, took an additional step favorable to lenders."
|ARE BIG BANKERS PLAYING "HIDE THE DEFAULT?|