NJ Courts Require Homeowners to Act Promptly in Defense of Foreclosure

Saul Ewing LLP on 11/20/2012 Summary The New Jersey Appellate Division found that homeowners’ excessive delay in raising their standing arguments precluded potential defenses and affirmed that a foreclosure judgment received by a party lacking standing is not necessarily void. On November 14, 2012, the New Jersey Appellate Division affirmed an order denying the defendants/homeowners’ motion to […]

New Jersey State Court Rejects Borrower Appeal Challenging Foreclosure

Goodwin/Proctor A New Jersey state appellate court held that a borrower could not challenge the standing of a bank in a foreclosure proceeding in a last ditch effort to relitigate the case. The borrower filed an application to vacate the default judgment entered against him, arguing that because the mortgage on the property was not assigned to the […]

America’s Fattest Governor Gives Fat Tax Break To Wealthiest Constituents

Gov. Christie robbing N.J. homeowners to give to the rich Curt Hamilton and Teresa Stevens-Hamilton, Star-Ledger Gov. Chris Christie is taking $75 million earmarked for New Jersey homeowners and diverting it to offset tax breaks for the state’s wealthiest residents. This scheme to take from working people and give to the rich will hurt efforts […]

NJ Appellate Court Slams BofA For Loan Mod Scam

Peggy Wright, Daily Record Saying Bank of America tried to “pull the rug out from under” a Jefferson Township homeowner, a state appeals court Thursday enforced a loan modification plan that will let the homeowner keep the mortgage on the almost $600,000 house she bought in 2007. The appellate panel went so far as to […]

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