They can sue the banks for previous Fraudclosures through the “Consumer Protection Act.”
The state Supreme Court yesterday called into question numerous foreclosures that have been done in this state, and opened the door for lawsuits by homeowners given the boot. Just how many foreclosures are we talking about? “Hundreds if not thousands,” says Melissa Huelsman, a lawyer representing one of the plaintiffs in the case.
Huelsman points to another aspect of the ruling that she finds highly significant. It opens the door for homeowners who have faced MERS foreclosures to sue under the state Consumer Protection Act. “Characterizing MERS as the beneficiary has the capacity to deceive,” the justices opined, adding that homeowners would have to prove they were damaged.
We need all the state courts of the U.S. to begin ruling correctly and rule by the law!
Another news bit. It seems BOA is not holding up to the agreement they made with the AG’s. They are blocking homeowners from getting the relief they are suppose to get through that agreement.