I think you should win this one if you do it right.
The banks fall right through the trap door on this one —- they prove that there was probable cause to believe that they were a valid creditor on the note (UCC3) but not a valid enforcer under the deed of trust (mortgage) (UCC9).
By alleging they are a holder and not a holder in due course they are admitting they didn’t pay for it and/or admitting that they took delivery with knowledge of the defenses of the borrower. That is basic black letter law, in my opinion. And one of the defenses is lack of consideration. either way they either need to show they paid for it — either directly with proof of a wire transfer receipt etc. or by getting a judgment on the note. THEN they can enforce the judgment. Neither way is non-judicial foreclosure permissible…
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