Saturday, February 2, 2013

FLORIDA CIRCUIT JUDGE DENIES SUMMARY JUDGMENT TO JPMORGAN CHASE BASED ON ISSUES IN NARDI DEPOSITION AND ADMISSIONS OF JPM IN FEDERAL CASE



The article below posted by attorney Jeff Barnes demonstrates the potential impact that the Lawrence Nardi deposition may have on foreclosure litigation against JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA as to Washington Mutual Bank and Washington Mutual Bank FA home mortgages.  You will find a link to the Nardi deposition below and at the end of the article.

This may be exciting, but as usual, Jeff Barnes fails to tell the awaiting audience of the actual case number in Hillsborough County, Florida. This is not really usable for others as judicial notice for other WAMU brothers and sisters unless it is in a court record, unobjected, and finally, court certified.

Any chance someone out there can help us post up the actual filing from Barnes and in what case in particular?

Link to the NARDI DEPOSITION

FLORIDA CIRCUIT JUDGE DENIES SUMMARY JUDGMENT TO JPMORGAN CHASE BASED ON ISSUES IN NARDI DEPOSITION AND ADMISSIONS OF JPM IN FEDERAL CASE

February 1, 2013

"Today, a Hillsborough County, Florida Circuit Judge has denied a motion for summary judgment filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. involving a WaMu origination. The borrower is represented by Jeff Barnes, Esq. who argued the matter in a Tampa courtroom this morning. Mr. Barnes filed the Lawrence Nardi deposition in which Mr. Nardi, as a former employee of WaMu who became employed with JPM after the failure of WaMu, testified that although a schedule of WaMu mortgage loans to be purchased from the FDIC was contemplated, it was never prepared, has never been produced in any case, and does not exist. JPM separately admitted in the Federal litigation that it is not the successor in interest to WaMu in its own motion for summary judgment which it filed in that case, which Mr. Barnes filed as well.

"Based on the questions as to JPM’s standing raised by the Nardi deposition and the Federal court admission and the lack of any sworn testimony in JPM’s Affidavit as to when and how it came into possession and ownership of the Note, the Court denied summary judgment.

"Mr. Barnes has filed the Nardi deposition and the Federal court admission in several cases, but this was the first time that they were tested for summary judgment purposes, resulting in summary judgment being denied. The Court also ordered that Mr. Barnes may take the deposition of a corporate representative of JPM in light of the issues.
 Jeff Barnes, Esq., www.ForeclosureDefenseNationwide.com
  
Link to the NARDI DEPOSITION

 http://bpinvestigativeagency.com/jpmorgan-chase-on-the-rampage-with-attacks-on-defenses-to-foreclosure-after-being-confronted-with-sworn-deposition-of-lawrence-nardi-and-admissions-in-federal-case-where-jpm-is-being-sued-by-deutsche/



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  1. This may be exciting, but as usual, Jeff Barnes fails to tell the awaiting audience of the actual case number in Hillsborough County, Florida. Any chance someone out there can help us post up the actual filing from Barnes and in what case in particular?

    This is not really usable for others as judicial notice for other WAMU brothers and sisters unless it is in a court record, unobjected, and finally, court certified.

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