04 October 2014

KingCast and Mortgage Movies Present: Bogus Assignments -- Slorp v. BoA Sixth Circuit Slams Corrupt Reimer Arnovitz Law Firm.


The Ohio law firm of Reimer Arnovitz has been getting away with a dirty foreclosure with a fake assignment but a brand new Sixth Circuit case says that homeowner Patty Busby has a goddamn right to challenge a false Assignment. It's common sense, really.

In this video I help educate people about the real character of Reimer Arnovitz: They have been telling lies since 1977 and show no signs of remorse. This is proved at the link below.

From Slorp:
Slorp alleges that Bank of America, the putative assignee, held neither his mortgage nor the attendant promissory note when it filed the foreclosure action because the parties lacked the authority to assign his mortgage to Bank of America when they purported to do so. That distinction makes all the difference. See Conlin, 714 F.3d at 361 (stating that a third party may challenge an assignment if that challenge would render the assignment void). Because Slorp alleges that the assignment was fraudulent and that Bank of America therefore did not hold title at the time of the foreclosure,3 Livonia Properties does not bar his suit—in fact, it supports it.
Here is much more back story while I go upside their heads with a Sunshine Act Request for all checks issued to Reimer Arnovitz since 2000 or thereabouts.



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