How To Fight To Save Your Home In California

“I have been telling the lawyers I know that someone needs to write the book on foreclosure defense for the past four years, well here is the book George wrote, the book and I am delighted to host the book on this blog. It’s Out!”

-Mario Kenny; mariokenny.wordpress.com

EXPLANATION OF THE LAW & COURT PROCEDURE IN PLAIN ENGLISH

If you have ever contemplated the prospect of fighting your own court battle, you know the feeling of panic that quickly strikes, knocking all of the confidence right out of you. After the butterflies in your stomach have subsided and your heart has stopped racing, you ask yourself: How will I ever be able to handle court procedure, rules and protocol, let alone argue my case? Well stop worrying because, if you have the courage to fight to save your home, we will show you, point by point, how to do it. Here is the Litigation Handbook you’ve been praying for. Includes: • Tips on Court Procedure • “Show Me the Note” Defenses • California Unlawful Detainer Defenses • Bankruptcy Mortgage Note Challenge FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS WITH SAMPLE MOTIONS AND OTHER COURT DOCUMENTS INCLUDED

To View the Table of Contents, Appendices, Conclusion of the Book, and to learn more about the Authors, go to

http://www.baileyvpotter.com

The Book is Now Available at Amazon

http://www.amazon.com/dp/1432770225

and Directly through the Publisher at a 10% discount

http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore/9781432770228.html

For More Free Information on Foreclosure Defense Tactics

Go to: www.GingoLaw.com

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4 thoughts on “How To Fight To Save Your Home In California

  1. MERS Fatal Flaw in Ca, on May 12, 2011 at 10:16 am said:

    In California it’s coming down to one key issue, MERS NOT having an assignment of the Note from the Original Lender to MERS, legally recorded.

    “The assignment of the lien without a transfer of the debt was a nullity in law.”
    “A lien is not assignable unless by the express language of the statute.”

    CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT, DAVIS, BELAU & CO. V. NATIONAL SUR. CO., 139 CAL 223, 224 (1903)

    “The note and mortgage are inseparable; the former as essential, the latter as an incident. An assignment of the note carries the mortgage with it, while an assignment of the latter alone is a nullity.”

    CARPENTER V. LONGAN, 83 U. S. 271 (1872), U.S. Supreme Court
    More info at https://sites.google.com/site/mersfatalflawsincalifornia/

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