(Not legal advice or a legal opinion. For Informational proposes only). Bravo to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit on rejecting the federal Truth in Lending Act (TILA) on claim preclusion issues. This should be a quick wake up call for all homeowners facing foreclosures and foreclosure defense attorneys…Go get educated about proper TILA violations for fraud!  TILA Violations must always be strong as an argument. Which is why finding fraud is fundamental to have a successful argument to rescind and cancel a mortgage loan for TILA Violations.  A primary and very common issue in most foreclosure defenses, is the inadequate failureRead More →

(This information is intended for informational proposes only and not legal advice). Once a borrower notifies the mortgage lender of their right to rescind and cancel the mortgage loan, it is officially void by no court order needed only proper notice by official letter. So what happens next after this process has everything to do with becoming educated on how-to properly resolve a mortgage conflict resolution.  Who can exactly rescind and cancel a mortgage loan contract? It might surprise many people to learn that currently under The Truth in Lending Act (TILA), anyone with security interest in a property has a right to rescind and cancelRead More →