Quiet Title Action

WHAT IS QUIET TITLE?

An action to quiet title is a lawsuit brought in a court having jurisdiction over land disputes, in order to establish a party’s title to real property against anyone and everyone, and thus “quiet” any challenges or claims to the title.  This legal action is “brought to remove a cloud on the title so that plaintiff and those in privity with her may forever be free of claims against the property.  (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quiet_title)

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Bank Fraud Is Currently Estimated In Over 80% Of All Foreclosures.

Is Anyone Suing The Banks?

TRUE, the U.S. Government under the Federal Housing Finance Agency is now suing the 17 largest banks in the United States for bank fraud filed the 1st week of September, 2011. They are following on the heels of all 50 States Attorneys General who are also suing the big banks for bank fraud, and many individual homeowners who are suing for bank fraud.

An action to quiet title is a lawsuit brought in a court having jurisdiction over land disputes, in order to establish a party’s title to real property against anyone and everyone, and thus “quiet” any challenges or claims to the title. This legal action is “brought to remove a cloud on the title so that plaintiff and those in privity with theirs may forever be free of claims against the property.

NOTE: EICHomes.com works with the nation’s largest buyer of short sale and over-leveraged real estate. It’s a real estate acquisition company that provides distressed homeowners a viable solution.  Neither entity provides foreclosure services, such as strategic default assistance, loan modifications or any other foreclosure or legal  service of any kind.

Quiet Title Action with Financial Expert, Don Frano Part 1

Quiet Title Action with Financial Expert, Don Frano Part 2

Bank Fraud Complaints Should Include The Following Federal and State Violations

“Unfair & Deceptive Trade Practices” — [an act that is unfair or illegal which can be repeated]

“Constructive Fraud” [ prior knowledge that the contract itself is tainted & voidable yet willfully and knowingly continues to perpetrate the fraud]

“Check Kiting” — [issuing checks for payments before the customer's account is actually funded]
“Constructive Forgery” [ any documents that are robo signed or signed to extract money or illegal gains]

“Fraud in the Factum” — [any entry that calls the banks a "lender" & the consumer a "borrower" is fraudulent because the bank is not a lender, only extending a credit from the promissory note given to them - every time either of these terms are mentioned it is one addition element of fraud - sometimes as many as 20 times within a note ~ each being separate ]

“Trafficking Unfunded Securities” — [ selling, assigning or transferring any notes that the holder did not fund themselves"

"Receiving Secret Commissions while acting as an agent to this account" --- [ when a promissory note is completed by a bank, the bank endorses this note making it payable to them - deposits it into an account that they will never willingly disclose to the consumer - when the bank sells this note it receives commissions of hypothetical profits of projected interest this note would accrue over the schedule period of the note - but when it is sold, the banks receive a enriched profit at some level of percentage]

“Unjust Enrichment” — probably any 1st lawyer would have this already included in the Complaint, however, it is better to check behind the attorneys these days…..

 

 

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NOTE: EICHomes.com markets for the nation’s largest buyer of short sale and over-leveraged real estate. It’s a real estate acquisition company that provides distressed homeowners a viable walk away solution.  Neither entity provides foreclosure services, such as strategic default assistance, loan modifications or any other foreclosure or legal  service of any kind.

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