Foreclosure injunction TRO

Foreclosure injunction TRO

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13 Responses to “Foreclosure injunction TRO”

  1. Keith August 7, 2009 at 1:06 pm #

    How do you use this tactic when the lender quickly sells the property to an unknown third party. I responded to the UD and filed a civil suit in conjunction with this. When a Motion to Consolidate the cases was filed, it was denied by the Judge who was pissed off about it. How do I go about getting the motion to consolidate heard AND a TRO to stay in the property until the Motion is approved?

  2. msoliman August 18, 2009 at 8:08 am #

    Tim

    Lots to share. The state is cracking down on counsel win loss record and borrowers are shifting more and more into surrender to the inevitable.

    Want to share some of our strongest findings getting lenders to shift us over to lead counsel every time. Its serious and I spoke with the FDIC and MI Insurers on the matter and they are confused, worried and nervous.

    Let me know

    M. Soliman
    310-765-7388

    • Maher Soliman April 15, 2010 at 1:37 pm #

      WHAT ABOUT MY LOAN? DERRICK;……!
      619 772 5530

  3. slillis August 21, 2009 at 8:12 pm #

    msoliman – what does your post mean? The State of California? What win loss record? Who in the state?

    What does lenders shifting to lead counsel? Why is FDIC worried?

    • timothymccandless August 23, 2009 at 5:59 pm #

      Define winning…… if delaying the sale is winning my percentage is 100%……….. if its getting the house free and clear 0%

  4. DiOndra October 20, 2009 at 1:14 pm #

    Tim,

    I just lost my UD yesterday (10/19) and have a lockout date for 11/2. The commissioner told me to file a quiet title in civil court. I have not filed my complaint yet in civil court. What are my next steps? Is there a way I can prevent the lockout.

    You are so appreciated for sharing this information and your knowledge.

    DiOndra
    310.221.2478

  5. VALERY WALSH April 7, 2010 at 6:54 pm #

    Thank you for this wonderful wealth of information. I just had a notice of trustee sale taped to my front door. The title of my home is in my name and has been for 3 years. My estranged soon to be ex-husband took out one of the MERS Countrywide loans in 2005 and did not tell me he was in default on his loan. The servicer never notified me of the NOD nor did they notify my divorce attorney who has a lien against my property!

    My divorce attorney will not assist me in this matter as he has done all the work pro bono thus far.

    I am going to file a TRO to buy me enough time to file a quiet title suit as the sale date for my home is 04/27/10. I do not know if this will be effective for me pro se, but at least it gives me something substantial to stand up to these jerks who are clearly in violation of the law attempting a non-judicial foreclosure without notifying the owner of the property.

    You are my angel tonight

  6. Stanley Putra August 25, 2010 at 1:21 pm #

    Isn’t there any big guns in Wis? The Judge gave me a little reasonable accomodastion, since I care for my 91 year old mother, who is blind and deaf. I a disabled vet just got diagnosed with cancer . The Mills lawyer is a VP and Officer of MERS Ha ha . Let us make some money
    Stan
    Wis.
    262 880 3879

  7. L. Ann Walker September 30, 2010 at 1:52 pm #

    You’re the man, Tim. Thanks

  8. Christina November 19, 2010 at 9:59 pm #

    Timothy,

    I live in Michigan, and Bank of America has forclosed on my home 6/2/2010. After hiring a company to save my home and they have sent letters, and called and even more letters, BAC has not responded in true faith. Now, having just heard about TRO, I have NOT found a Michigan copy to start the process. Would you be able to locate for me? Or know where I could find.
    Thanks and blessings,

    Christina

  9. Vickie Barker January 27, 2011 at 12:34 pm #

    Before writing this message want to be sure that am not wasting my time and it won’t for some reason be posted. Quick update: Here in California from Idaho helping my Sis save our old family home of over 100 years. Foreclosure sale 3/26/10. UD served 10/8/10. Filed Demur, it was overruled. Filed Answer. It was heard and 1/24/11 and Deutche Bank won. Now expect the sheriff to serve writ of possession within next couple of days, will have 5 days to get out.

    Case full of robosigners, wrong loan number on Deed of Trust, and all the rest of the stuff with MERS signing over the deed of trust prior to the foreclosure sale etc. Just a big can of corruption but what can we do now?

    There should be a civil suit filed against the lender as they violated the Truth and Lending, plus had the modification stall that we see most of the banks affiliated with INdyMac and Deutsche bank doing. Modification was denied just before the sale. (as seems usual in these cases)

    Want to file something so that Deutsche can’t just sell the property to someone else while this mess is sorted out. What should I file next? We are in California, small county. Judge has no idea of what is going on with the foreclosuregates across the nation. Judge said in court that my sister only wanted to get her property free and clear and should have never taken a loan out that she couldn’t afford…THAT IS NOT THE CASE. She has offered to buy the property back even though they escalated the value of the property. It is not about the money it is about the fact that this has been our family’s home now for over 100 years and is not something we want to just turn over to someone else.

  10. Douglas Kirk July 3, 2011 at 11:48 am #

    We are trying something different, trying to earn money to buy the house back through the sale of a book (not related to foreclosures.) Maybe others around the country could try similar tactics, neighbors helping neighbors.

    Go to http://www.LookForMeBook.com Douglas Kirk and see our 30 Day Mission. Please help us by clicking LIKE and also send this information to all your contacts. We are not out of the woods, but, the response is growing. We are bound to make a difference and demonstrate that there are plenty of good Americans willing to help when the lenders and the government screws people out of their homes. Doug

  11. Douglas Kirk July 3, 2011 at 11:49 am #

    We are trying something different, trying to earn money to buy the house back through the sale of a book (not related to foreclosures.) Maybe others around the country could try similar tactics, neighbors helping neighbors.

    Go to http://www.LookForMeBook.com Douglas Kirk and see our 30 Day Mission. Please help us by clicking LIKE and also send this information to all your contacts. We are not out of the woods, but, the response is growing. We are bound to make a difference and demonstrate that there are plenty of good Americans willing to help when the lenders and the government screws people out of their homes. Doug

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