Foreclosures

A Failed Recusal and An Investment Lost

A disgruntled residential property investor gets no sympathy at the Fifth Circuit, keeping Deutsche Bank and Ocwen as the winners in this opinion.

A disgruntled residential property investor gets no sympathy at the Fifth Circuit, keeping Deutsche Bank and Ocwen as the winners in this opinion.

“Plaintiff–Appellant Janos Farkas initiated this action against Defendants–Appellees Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, and Power Default Services, Inc., claiming that foreclosures of his two residential investment properties were barred.

Ocwen and Deutsche Bank filed a motion for judgment on the pleadings under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(c).

In ruling on this motion, the district court decided that Farkas will take nothing from all three defendants. We AFFIRM.

Farkas v Ocwen, Deutsche Bank et al

Before KING, ELROD, and HIGGINSON

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