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Chary v BDF Hopkins and the Creditor Rights Magistrate Judge

Mark D. Hopkins does not like Magistrate Judges. But that is not the case with Judge Christine A. Nowak, a former creditor rights lawyer.

Chary v. Central Mortgage Company


District Court, E.D. Texas

FEB 14, 2021 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: SEP 15, 2021

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Texas lawyer Bern Mortberg has been on the losing side of 10 foreclosure suits circa 2011. This time he lost due to merely a lack of hours.

Chary v BDF Hopkins and the Creditor Rights Magistrate Judge
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