Posted on September 22, 2011 by Neil Garfield
“So Dallas is suing MERSCORP et al, including big old Bank of America who is already on our death watch. And Dallas is going to win, meaning that county recorders across the country are going to make their claim for fees that are due, even if the transactions were fraudulent because they tried to use those transactions as a means to foreclose. And ultimately, the banks are going to cornered — not being able to foreclose because they did not pay their fees.
The banks were and are the deadbeats, but they had a lot of money and power which is now fast flowing away from them. Politicians have figured it out — run against the banks and you can’t go wrong. They’ll get more money and more votes from people and other interest groups running against the banks than doing their bidding. We might let organized crime thrive for a while, but we always take it down.”
DALLAS SEEKS TO PIERCE THE CORPORATE VEIL
IGNORING MERS AND GOING STRAIGHT TO
BANK OF AMERICA, STEWART TITLE ET AL
EDITOR’S NOTE: Real change, real reform, real improvement are going to come from good people doing the right thing instead of standing by and watching their neighbors get clobbered, hoping and wishing that it won’t happen to them. So now protests and rallies are being held and they are growing. Over 2,000 people on Wall Street camped out and their voices are getting louder. Spanish citizens are banding together and forming a wall of bodies that the local,”Sheriff” refuses to penetrate to evict the homeowner. Leaders are rising to the top — people like Dan earl, Martin Andelman, Darrel Blomberg and others are not just actively helping their neighbors and their friends and those who find them pleading for help, they are making a difference.Politicians are noticing that it is a pretty good bet to run against the banks since nobody likes them anyway and there is a special enmity that the citizens feel toward the banks, who have been draining the lifeblood out of our economy for over 3 decades. This time the banks went far enough for the people, the government and investors to strike back — giving restitution to the victims of the banks feeding frenzy.Those victims are taxpayers, government agencies whose fees were not paid, regulators whose fees were not paid and who did not receive reports that were essential to orderly commerce, failure to record transactions in real property allowing almost anyone to wake up in the morning deciding to steal a house by asserting they are the beneficiary, filing a substitution of trustee naming someone that is in league with them, and then proceeding with the notice of sale, the auction and submitting a “Credit bid” that is as fake as a three dollar bill.One by one, local government is getting the message — the banks owe them and they have nothing to fear from the banks. It is an illusion and a myth that the government can call the shots as we let them — because we have long since withdrawn our consent to that. The budgets will be restored by government agencies tracking down the money that is due — not from new taxes — but normal fees and taxes required to perform the services that all of us need government to perform, like recording an interest in real property.So Dallas has sued MERSCORP and some well-known shareholders seeking to recover its fees and restore its budget. Dallas has now made a statement that they will no longer underwrite the costs of the securitization scam and they want the money that the banks did not pay when they transferred interests in real estate repeatedly without ever recording the interest in the public records of the county in which the property was located.They have a good case too. Because the trick the banks tried was to use some end user, the final nominee of the securitization process who would claim that they were the holder and owner of the loan so that a foreclosure could occur and another house could be stolen by a party who neither the loaned the money nor purchased the obligation. But now the banks have stepped on a rake because in order to give the “final nominee” the right to foreclose they must claim multiple transfers of the loan, none of which were reported on record. They want to use the county’s facilities to foreclose, but they don’t want to pay for the intervening transactions that they say gives rights to the the party foreclosing on behalf of the his hashed scheme.So Dallas is suing MERSCORP et al, including big old Bank of America who is already on our death watch. And Dallas is going to win ,meaning that county recorders across the country are going to make their claim for fees that are due, even if the transactions were fraudulent because they tried to use those transactions as a means to foreclose. And ultimately, the banks are going to be cornered — not being able to foreclose because they did not pay their fees. The banks were and are the deadbeats, but they had a lot of money and power which is now fast flowing away from them.Politicians have figured it out — run against the banks and you can’t go wrong. They’ll get more money and more votes from people and other interest groups running against the banks than doing their bidding. We might let organized crime thrive for a while, but we always take it down.
HERE IS THE BOMBSHELL — the model paragraph that will ultimately be the undoing of of the “Substitute trustees” the auctions, sales, deeds and evictions. When the full import of this paragraph sinks in, the banks will be left naked in the wind, revealed as common thieves who never loaned any money and who never purchased an obligation but managed to create an elaborate scheme to steal the homes in derogation of the rights of both investors and homeowners. In all the foreclosures, assuming the dubious proposition that the liens were perfected, the modification of the loan with a principal correction would have resulted in a better deal for the investor and the crush of evictions would have been reduced to a trickle because the deals would have been workable — something the original loans never aspired to as a goal, since the originators were after fees for closing not payback on the loans.
“PLAINTIFF moves the court pierce the MERSCORP and MERS corporate veils and impose liability upon the Defendants Stewart and BOA as shareholders in MERSCORP for the activities of MERSCORP and MERS alleged herein. Recognizing the corporate existence of MERSCORP and MERS separate from their shareholders, including Stewart and BOA, would cause an inequitable result or injustice, or would be a cloak for fraud or illegality. MERSCORP and MERS were under-capitalized in light of the nature and risk of their business. The corporate fiction is being used to justify wrongs, perpetrating fraud, as a mere tool or business conduit for others, as a means of evading legal obligations, to perpetrate monopoly and unlawfully gain monopolistic control over the real property recording system in the State of Texas, and to circumvent statutory obligations.”
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