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BOTH QUIET TITLE ACTIONS AND C&E ACTIONS ARE DECLARATORY RULINGS! UPDATE!

(OP-ED) — The author of this post is not an attorney and thus cannot give legal advice.  However, based on the research contained herein, one can share without retribution; thus, let this be for your educational value only! 

UPDATE … NEW IDEA!  (Please move to the bottom of the article to read my thoughts on this!)

One judgment appears to be a “cheap date”, while the other judgment isn’t.

Which one is cheaper to prove?  Why … the C&E of course!

The “C&E” should become part of everyone’s vocabulary these days.  I can give you over 500-million reasons WHY a C&E is important to every American property owner.  The main one is adverse condition of title to over one-third of every parcel of land in America!  That’s the biggest reason.

How can you consciously sell a piece of property to another human being when there is clear evidence of chain of title issues present, especially when “MERS” is involved?

The C&E has been in the forefront the entire time, albeit not exclusively.  Everyone knows that quiet title actions have been around for centuries. But … and I use this caveat succinctly: Quiet title actions are more than just a simple step in clearing title to a piece of land.  Like the C&E, both matters involve an evidentiary proceeding.  Both are rooted in declaratory relief.  Both require a certain amount of discovery.  However, the C&E requires less discovery because you’re only targeting one suspect document in the real property records, while the Quiet Title Action focuses on the entire chain of title, leading back to the document (usually the mortgage or deed of trust) that plagued the chain of title in the first place!

Back in the days preceding the first financial collapse in 2008, mortgage brokers and their title companies were so quick to file stuff in the land records that: (a.) they submitted the documents incorrectly for recording; (b.) they submitted MERS-originated documents to the county recorder knowing full well that the borrowers encumbering their property had no knowledge their loans were being securitized; and (c.) they did this knowing that a majority of the documents being recorded contained information on loans that were designed to default years later, causing a huge rash of foreclosure actions that plagued the United States from coast to coast.

I can tell you with a certainty (after having lectured to hundred of various county clerks) that a lot of clerks (recorders, registers of deeds, etc.) these days still don’t understand what MERS is and what kind of issues became predominant after MERS-related assignments are recorded.  I have been asked from time to time whether we should sue county clerks and recorders and my answer is “NO” (not just NO but HELL NO)!  These folks are generally elected officials that have a bond.  These folks unknowingly became victimized by the “MERS process” as much as the collective body politic affected by borrowing that was intended to be obtained from the secondary mortgage markets.

In The C&E on Steroids! Attorney Al West and I bring forward the reality of challenging documents through declaratory relief, especially the documents created from 2004 through today.

Yes!  These entities are still “manufacturing” bogus documents and causing them to be recorded in the land records all over the country!

And what’s even more astounding … MERS and its parent have absolutely NO IDEA that the MERS name was being used in these assignments!

The culprits … 

Mortgage loan servicers, third-party document mills and title processing services are the guilty parties!

Secondary to these groups of land record predators are the foreclosure mill law firms prosecuting the foreclosures themselves!

The potential targets … 

All of the above … depending where they’re located.

Again, The C&E on Steroids! describes WHO these targets are … WHAT prompted them to become targets  … WHEN they became targets … WHERE they got involved as targets and WHY they are targets  … and more importantly, HOW the “system” played us in letting them become targets!

Wouldn’t it be nice to know WHO your enemy is BEFORE engaging them in a legal battle? 

This is why is becomes important to understand the principal of declaratory relief.  It allows us to obtain discovery to get at the “root” of the problem.

Most homeowners don’t get that.  They think, “Okay, I’m going to get pissed off and sue everybody!”  They let their emotions get out of whack, failing to recognize the tools available to isolate and attack individual targets to further corrupt a chain of title to the point where a county court HAS TO quiet title title in order to comply with marketability statutes!

California attorney Tim McCandless was recently quoted as saying:

” … the more recent strategy of attacking the assignment of mortgage and seeking nullification of that instrument has met with some success and it should succeed, because you are attacking the facial and substantive validity of that specific instrument and not the entire mortgage or deed of trust. That strategy merely attacks the technical requirements for creation and recording of an an instrument affecting title to real property and attacking the substantive validity of the assignment by revealing that the debt was not transferred to the assignee by a party who owned the debt.”

The success in doing a C&E would seemingly “cut the legs out from under” the perpetrator of any future alleged foreclosure, right?  It would stand to reason that without an assignment being present in the chain of title, the mortgage loan servicer and its counterparts that were probably the culprits behind the very assignment they’re relying on as a tool in their foreclosure arsenal would be affected directly by the “lack of gunpowder” in their magic bullet.  The only thing they’re attorney will say is, “These people just want a free house, your Honor!” because they don’t have anything else they can say that will evoke the emotion of the Court to screw the homeowner one more time!

The beauty of this process is that it can be used at any time prior to foreclosure without bringing the mortgage loan servicer itself into the fray.  And it can be used in both deed of trust and mortgage states!  All 50 states have statutory mechanisms for declaratory relief.  All 50 states have rights to attack phony documents!

Further, there is case law out there that has taught us much in the way of educational value!  That case law is described in The C&E on Steroids! 

In fact, the case law Al West and I discuss in this book and the related course materials SHOW YOU validity past what attorney McCandless previously described!

And it all revolves around a simple and concise declaratory relief action. Yet, homeowners will continue to go out and make a “mountain out of a molehill” (go overboard in citing every cause of action under the sun, thinking they’re entitled to damages), when a simple action designed to knock these bogus assignments out of the land record create a precedent of bad behavior on the part of those who would undertake the illegalities of trying to steal your homes!  This is not a pipe dream process.  This process has been used countless times and has been successful because of the patience and effort put into drafting the proper complaint against the proper parties, isolating them in such a way as to keep the matter in county court!

Federal courts will generally NOT hear these types of cases.  Suing the wrong party in a C&E will get your case removed to federal court, where the judge is likely to dismiss it, because federal law has already declared declaratory rulings to be discretionary.  In state court, judges do not have that option.  They HAVE TO hear that complaint.  This is why Al West and I decided to get to the bottom of the root causes for doing a cancellation and expungement action and extrapolate the material into something useful for the average American consumer and put it into an 8-DVD/book weekend training kit. America has to know there is a remedy out there that can be used to attack phony documents!

If you don’t know your rights, you don’t have any!

UPDATE!:  While I was having a conversation with an aggrieved party, the thought crossed my mind as to the type of attorney that would be GREAT to utilize for the C&E when the opposing law firm is your target … 

Who can you think of that isn’t intimidated by prosecuting attorney misconduct and malpractice? 

Legal Malpractice Attorneys (they prosecute malpractice for a living!) … add that to your arsenal (just Google them … they’re out there)! 

I found at least a dozen in the Dallas-Fort Worth area alone! 

If your own attorney screws you in the process, it may be that your defense attorney is “working for the bank/servicer” under a silent agreement to feed you to the wolves.  Why not prosecute BOTH ends of malpractice if you’re going to attack one for failing to defend your case adequately.  

Just a thought.

 

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FDCPA CAN STILL APPLY TO NON-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURES!

(OP-ED) — The author of this post is the author of The FDCPA, Debt Collection and Foreclosures … and posits the following for educational purposes and for your consideration in the paradigm shift that has now become the focus of thousands of consumers.

I’ve noticed an uptick in the number of pro-bank/pro-debt collector law firm postings regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s latest narrow ruling in the Obduskey case (out of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals).  I love how these folks like to “pat themselves on the back” for their observations that non-judicial foreclosure proceedings can still be business as usual, despite the caveats their posts now contain.  Why on earth would they post “caveats” to the debt collection industry (which includes law firms like the one Dennis Obduskey filed an FDCPA action against) if they were so sure of themselves in being able to just walk all over borrowers they claim are in default?

Despite the fact the nation’s highest court resolved the federal circuit split on whether non-judicial foreclosures can continue as “business as usual”, the ruling was “narrow in scope” regarding the enforcement of security interests as defined under 15 USC § 1692f(6), which is what the Court focused on in its decision: Obduskey v McCarthy & Holthus LLP, 586 U.S. ___ (2019)

What Congress intended … 

Creditors used to love the idea that they could open up a can of “whoop ass” on debtors any time they felt like it, even late-night, repetitive or threatening phone calls (“I know where you live” and “your mommy’s going to jail” and “we’re going to sue you if you don’t pay” or “we’re going to bomb your office building if you don’t come down here and pay this bill” or “you !@)#(%^!”.)  The caveats I’m seeing in these law blog posts still make reference to the fact that the latest FDCPA-related ruling DOESN’T mean “business as usual”.  It simply means that debt collectors trying to enforce deeds of trusts have to be extra careful NOT to step over that well-defined line of intended “abuses” that do in fact, fall under the FDCPA!

Enforcing a recorded security interest (deed of trust, security deed, HELOC, etc.) in a non-judicial state means just that.  If a third party (the trustee, NOT MERS) intends on using the terms of the security instrument to act as the third party in taking back collateral, the collection activity has to specifically and purely involve that process.  The narrow ruling still prohibits abusive debt collection practices, whether or not a non-judicial foreclosure is still the intended outcome.  The abusive debt collection practices fall under 15 USC 1692d and 15 USC 1692e, as well as portions of 15 USC 1692f (1) through (5) and (6)(B)(C) and (7) and (8).  See here for clarification: FAIR DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES ACT 09-1996

If you have a case … you have a case … 

Every time the debt collection industry scores a narrow victory, they pontificate their accomplishments as soon as humanly possible, almost to the point of bragging rights (see, I told you so … lemme rub your nose in it) kind of stuff.  This is typical of the legal profession, especially the kind that can operate unchecked when it comes to carrying out enforcement actions.

One of the more remarkable things I find is that all non-judicial foreclosures are assumed to be legal unless otherwise challenged.  One of the things I put forward in the book (mentioned above) is that careful analysis of the debt collection laws needs to be strictly adhered to (the letter of the law), which you are attempting to assert was violated.

How the “chain of title” points to potential suspect violations of 15 USC 1692e(5) … 

Here’s where the latest ammo we’ve been sharing on the C&E comes into play.  Cancellation and expungement (C&E) actions are used to disable and destroy the authority these debt collectors rely on to even enforce a security instrument.  Under “False or misleading representations” (§ 807 of the FDCPA), section 5 prohibits false, deceptive or misleading representation in threatening “to take any action that cannot legally be taken” … which would mean to me that if you could strip away the lies contained within the assignments that generally precede the initiation of a non-judicial foreclosure action through a C&E, the authority of the debt collector would be void and the debt collector’s representations would then be false and misleading, which IS a violation of the FDCPA!

Champagne budget … Beer Belly Pocketbook! 

A C&E action is definitely a cheaper way to wage war on an unsuspecting servicer (who is really behind the scenes of the debt collection/non-judicial enforcement proceeding), stripping away whatever rights it thinks it has to steal your house on behalf of party or parties unknown (which could be Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, lest we hold the GSEs unaccountable in the end) than waging an all-out FDCPA battle in federal court, which costs substantially more money.  Try to keep the emotions in check for the moment while I finish.

The document the servicers are creating is the assignment of deed of trust (much like the assignment of mortgage), which they claim gives them the authority (on behalf of the alleged “lender”) to appoint a substitute trustee to initiate a non-judicial foreclosure.  Do you have a contract with the mortgage loan servicer?   (Didn’t think so.)  However, servicers have Limited Powers of Attorney, which they claim give them the authority to do whatever they want, including wading into the shark-infested waters of violations created under the FDCPA.  Strip away their authority under the assignment as void … they’re like “chum in the water”.

This is why I’m releasing a two-day training video DVD set with the latest book by attorney Al West and myself, The C&E on Steroids! in very short order.  What better a way to deal with America’s tainted real property records than to fight the good fight head-on in state court, rather than wage a flimsy, unsupported war in federal court without first demonstrating the ultra vires behavior of the trustee thanks to a phony assignment, which you’ve knocked out FIRST in a C&E action!

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STARING AT DOUBLE D’S ???

(OP-ED) — The author of this post issues the following warning:  Make sure that you vet whoever it is you’re going to associate with in life, especially in the pursuit of fighting corrupt banks and those who may claim they have a “silver bullet”.   There are lots of naysayers and gainsayers occupying the Internet these days.  Thus, surfing the Internet looking for answers to foreclosure dilemmas and jumping at the first thing that sounds plausible to you is risky!

The Internet is a dangerous place … full of information and disinformation!

It has come to my attention that certain entities out there have taken somewhat of a liking to the cancellation and expungement actions discussed in the recent Las Vegas workshop, covered by this author and Al West, Esq.  The reason Al West teaches this stuff is because he’s done it before.  He has eliminated both deeds of trust and assignments from land records in California.  Since then, there has been an evolution of the cancellation and expungement action, one that has certainly been overlooked by attorneys elsewhere, because they can’t make a big return off of doing “sniper approach” tactics.  Nope.  They want to file 20-count lawsuits because that racks up tens of thousands of dollars in fees for them.  This is part of the reason why the justice system has failed America … use of the “shotgun approach”.

So they take to the Internet, take an approach to the C&E and “embellish” it to their own tastes, whether it comports with what we taught (or not).  There’s nothing worse than filing a C&E and not sticking to the point and letting the other side’s servicer or lender come in and ruin things by changing the judge’s mind, even though the law says otherwise.

Damn every judge that won’t follow the law!   I hope they all rot in hell! 

As Al West explained in the C&E Workshop, judges are all worried about their pensions which are invested in these REMIC trusts.  Thus, any time something that looks “legitimately suspect” comes before them, they look into the end result and what it might mean for them before they issue a ruling against the party filing the C&E. If you bring up the note, you deserve to lose, because the note has nothing to do with the false statements made on the assignments and other title documents, including releases of lien and even notices of lis pendens!

Discussing the implications of foul play in an assignment is one thing.  Telling a judge the note has something to do with the false statements in an assignment is quite another.

Anyone who wants to make securitization the focal point of their argument in a C&E is putting their cases at risk as well.  This document does not talk about who has what endorsement on what note.  The documents filed in the land records serve as constructive notice, no matter how long they’ve been there!  Notes are only used as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE!

Thank you Patriots! 

And I’m not talking about the football team either ….  I’m talking about those well-meaning individuals out there that want to pro se, pro per, sui juris, su-eeee, su-eeee (how you call a pig) whatever that screwed up the land records filing false liens against judges, county officials and people with whom they have an axe to grind.  THOSE are the folks that caused the “two-edged sword” legislation to come into fruition because they filed documents into the land records that were clearly criminal, causing every state legislature to pass laws prohibiting the recording of such documents (that contain false information).  What’s good for the goose, then, is good for the gander. Those who got in trouble for it went to jail, unless they were a mortgage loan servicer or its employees.  Then, they just flat out used falsely-stated information in an assignment to simply “steal the house”!  They’re proud of it too!

THE COTA

Unless you understand how your title documents come into play in the land record (which I why I started out doing Chain Of Title Assessments), you won’t have a clue WHY your chain of title is screwed up.  The interrelation of the land records has everything to do with the outcome of the C&E and a judge has to be educated well enough in the process to understand that there are issues with a document that cannot be ignored, which is why we have expert witness attorneys who will testify on behalf of the claimant, in an effort to sustain the integrity of the court, to save the judge from being tossed into prison under state statute, for aiding and abetting felony perjury!

Do you feel as if you’re in the middle of a freaking carnival?

There’s a dog and pony show jumping on our bandwagon at every turn … and we don’t even have a bandwagon!  So why do lawyers say that homeowners love the simplicity of a C&E?  Because lawyers can’t make any money doing them.  Or so they think.  Had they come to the workshop, like some lawyers did, they would have learned that in certain instances, there are methods for securing additional funds to bolster the war chest that are out there and available to attorneys (ripe for the picking).  In the alternative, case law has taught us a few ways to take an individual’s confession and turn it into gold.

Yet, the carnies are out there!   You know, those carnival barkers!  Yelling at everyone to come and see the greatest show on earth???  It’s like going to the circus and you’re the main attraction.   And you look up at the trapeze artist … all in glitter … and wonder … will she fall?   Do you ever feel like you’re swinging in the wind like her?

The C&E workshop video set is almost complete!  We’ll have it available on the Clouded Titles website soon!  Get educated, then get ugly!

Oh …

And those Double D’s you were staring at?

They stand for DUE DILIGENCE!

 

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FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP IN LAS VEGAS: THE C&E ON STEROIDS!

(BREAKING NEWS) — Due to the nature of the current situation involving the millions of false and misrepresentative assignments littering all of the land records in America, DK Consultants LLC has ramped up its educational attack on the system of things versus those millions of suspect assignments and other documents!  

Clouded Titles author Dave Krieger and California quiet title attorney Al West have teamed up once again to bring you a workshop so specific in nature to the real culprits in the foreclosure arena, we couldn’t keep this quiet any longer!  We wrote a book about it … it’s THE C&E ON STEROIDS! A Layman’s Guide to Cancellation & Expungement Actions!

We’ve put together a tw0-day workshop that gets into the nuts and bolts of the documents that should send mortgage loan servicers and their employees running for cover!

The Cancellation & Expungement (C & E) action is not widely understood, yet with the right ammo, foreclosure defense attorneys can “up their odds” of winning or settling their cases in knowing the information we’ve collected over time can be massively useful to their game plan … so … after much debate we had to share it with everyone!  There is a BEST TIME, an OKAY TIME and a WORST POSSIBLE TIME to do a C&E; however, the ammo we have makes all three potential outcomes for success achievable!

THERE’S A REASON … 

You’ve heard that there have been multiple actions against the MERS® System and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.’s beneficial and nominee status.  If you want to defeat that in your suspect assignment you need the C & E!  With over 80-million homes affected by these assignments, can you imagine the business model you could engage in marketing your services to attorneys and homeowners as a BUSINESS?   These assignments are going to have to get knocked out and if the U.S. Supreme Court decides that MERS is not a valid beneficiary and isn’t really a nominee on your mortgage or deed of trust … imagine how many pissed off homeowners there are going to be that all want to execute on a legal sniper attack on their chain of title that you already have the ammunition for … do you see a business opportunity here?

What are you waiting for?

The downloadable forms you need to attend are right here: LAS VEGAS FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP INFORMATION

Book your sleeping room for this event by clicking on this link: : http://group.doubletree.com/ForeclosureDefense

We got a really great room rate and FREE breakfast buffet! Seating is limited!

THE FALSE ASSUMPTION

There is a false assumption that has floated about for years about how to deal with these assignments and running into court screaming “FRAUD!” at the judge is NOT the answer.  You will lose your case every time without the necessary precursors and attack plans.  So we’re getting together in Las Vegas to bring you the actual “procedures” used in previously successful cases to show you that if any attorney were to employ this out of the gate … we would be saving you thousands of dollars and years of “delay games”!  Everyone wants a “finite end” to the foreclosure mess.  One thing is for sure … over 80-million land records have bogus assignments in them … all residue from the mortgage crisis … and these suspect assignments aren’t going away by themselves!  They will continue to sit there and rot your chain of title until you challenge them and have them removed.   The false assumption by most Americans is … it doesn’t matter what’s in the land records … as long as I get to stay in my home.  This false assumption is what has hurt America.  And the banks and their scumbag mortgage loan servicers continue to get away with “doing the dirty”.

Why would you want to throw good money away that you could use for Plan B (on useless litigation strategies), when you can employ strategies that will not only “get the message across” to the judge in such a way that it FORCES him to do the right thing versus throwing spaghetti noodles at a wall to see which one sticks?  If homeowners could think like investors … we wouldn’t be in this mess.  But they don’t … and we are.

Take the emotion out of your foreclosure and think STRATEGY!   Think of the most damning thing about your chain of title.  What is it?   The assignment, right?  Or maybe you have multiple assignments that are screwing with any common sense that’s left in the chain of title aside from the lack of marketability of title, right?

THE NUTS AND BOLTS

Al West and I have taken these “nuts and bolts” and put them into a working manual that allows you to:

  1. Determine the best process for attacking the right parties in the right venue;
  2. Determine the timeliness of employing said strategies and manage your case costs more efficiently;
  3. Determine how to send the bank’s attorneys into a panic over discovery pointed straight at them like a Howitzer;
  4. Determine how to formulate an attack plan to take out single or multiple targets at the same time;
  5. Determine the best way to shut down your foreclosure case by bringing in the necessary muscle to put the bank attorney’s head on a chopping block; and
  6. Determine the best way to keep your case in play until you’ve achieved finality … and then take out the law firm that brought you this misery in the first place!

Not only that … we’re going to show you HOW TO create a business model attacking notary bonds and making tens of thousands of dollars a year in extra income doing it!  Imagine how many notaries’ commissions you can knock out … and you’re just one consumer!   Imagine a horde of informed consumers (with this business model) doing it as a way to fund their litigation!  You get to help mankind out while taking out the unscrupulous scumbags that are attesting to these false and misrepresentative assignments while going after the law firms that ordered these phony assignments to be created in the first place!  The question is: How far are you willing to go to achieve these ends?

After much analysis, we’ve figured out a way to put the Cancellation & Expungement Action (C&E) into “hyperdrive” to:

  1. Take out the other side’s attorney and have him up on misconduct charges before his respective state bar disciplinary committee!  (This attack plan works in all 50 states!)
  2. Show you that if the judge in your case won’t “do the right thing” … how Plan B: (a.) puts him on notice; (b.) sets him up to have his bond attacked; (c.) sets the county up (the county the judge gets a paycheck from in “doing the wrong thing” by ignoring your demands to heed the evidence in your case) to become the new target of your litigation; (d.) turns the county’s ignorance and willful disregard of the law into potential criminal prosecution against the key players in charge and (e.) turns your plight into a 3-ring media circus that the county cannot ignore!  (Believe me, the county DOES NOT want that!)
  3. Take both the judge and the banks’ attorneys up to the next level of disciplinary action while shaming them in the media!

When a cop shoots someone, he gets put on administrative leave, right?   Why?  Because the proper authorities have to investigate to determine whether or not the cop committed a crime (homicide, attempted homicide, etc.) or acted in self-defense.  He’s on desk duty until the investigation is over, no matter how long it takes!

When a judge aids and abets felony perjury, his sovereign immunity as a judge can be challenged in a multitude of ways.  Once the county he works for (and gets a paycheck from) discovers his misconduct, the county by all right and reason should put him on administrative leave.  He’s on desk duty until the investigation is over, no matter how long it takes!   And don’t think the rest of the judges in that county aren’t going to sit up and take notice!  They don’t want their bonding companies investigating them!

THE C & E GOES INTO HYPERDRIVE … ON STEROIDS! 

When you leave this workshop … you will have the necessary tools to:

  1. Arm your attorney with the right offensive ammo to go looking for bear;
  2. Prepare adequate pleadings to put forward an original petition to generate a responsive pleading in a non-judicial setting that sets the other side up for attack;
  3. Prepare adequate responses to alternatively counterclaim or affirmatively defend a foreclosure complaint that sets the other side up for attack in a judicial setting;
  4. Use BOTH #2 and #3 to set the trap … and 9 times out of 10, the arrogant bank attorneys will fall for it and put their law licenses in harm’s way;
  5. How to posture discovery to trap the bank’s attorneys in a web of their own making;
  6. How to make use of expert witness testimony to attack false assignments and set the attack plan into motion to get the attorney for the bank in hot water;
  7. How to make use of expert witness testimony to assert negligent misrepresentation on the part of the bank’s lawyer;
  8. Start your own business putting notary’s out of business (and maybe even getting them prosecuted for felony perjury);
  9. How to make proper use of discovery to buy you month’s … even years of delays … because it’s so lethal the bank’s attorneys won’t answer it; and
  10. How to do all of the foregoing while keeping your emotions in check and your cards close to the chest!

Think of how much money you could save by implementing this attack plan!

YOU ARE THE SNIPER!

If you’ve read the 10-part series, “Gutting the Underbelly of the Beast” … we’re going to show you the system of things in hyperdrive … using the C & E as bait to go after the other side’s lawyers and foreclosure trustees!   (Lord knows they all need to be in jail, right?)

And the best part of it … we’ll SHOW you written proof that what we’re teaching in this two-day event is working in the courts RIGHT NOW!

AND … we’ll provide you with the business model and the design plans to attack notary bonds and make money doing it!

The question is … are you willing to commit to fighting the good fight?

Are you willing to do a strategic sniper approach and stop throwing good money after bad?

Then you need to be at this workshop!

The downloadable forms you need to attend are right here: LAS VEGAS FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP INFORMATION

Book your sleeping room for the event by clicking this link: : http://group.doubletree.com/ForeclosureDefense

We got a really great room rate and FREE breakfast buffet! Seating is limited!

The ammunition you’re going to gain by attending this workshop is unlike anything we’ve published before; however, what we discussed in brief in The Quiet Title War Manual we’re going to expound upon in this two-day workshop!  Since Al West and I wrote the book … we’ve figured out the game plan and the attack strategies!

You get a copy of The C & E on Steroids! book just for attending!  

(No one else will have this manual but you until months from now! You get a head start!)

This book shows you everything you need to employ the Cancellation & Expungement Action (C&E), including:

1. Sample court filing forms!

2. Sample pleadings used in other cases resulting in a positive outcome!

3. Exhibits used in other cases that worked!

4. Orders issued by courts in C & E actions that have worked!

5. Tactics used to combat the other side’s attempt to get sanctions against you!

6. Use of expert witnesses to expose the other side’s weaknesses!

And since this Workshop is in Las Vegas … here’s Lucky No. 7: Four different attack roadmap strategies for each case!

You get written handouts at the workshop that show you step-by-step assignment analysis (to identify your targets!)

1. Assignment and target analysis!

2. Research components used in case development!

3. How to couple a C&E with a quiet title action!

4. How to determine what legal provisions apply to your case!

5. Steps to take to beat the banks in HOA foreclosure cases! (Great for investors!)

6. Use of the notary to get at the rest of the singular or multiple targets!

You or someone you know needs this information … and seating is limited!  You’ll get hands-on approach training at this workshop! 

The downloadable forms you need to attend are right here: LAS VEGAS FORECLOSURE DEFENSE WORKSHOP INFORMATION

Book your sleeping room at the hotel by visiting this link: http://group.doubletree.com/ForeclosureDefense

We got a really great room rate and FREE breakfast buffet! Seating is limited!

Here is the Registration Form to Attend: FDW REGISTRATION FORM_LAS VEGAS_2019

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