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Documents Backdated by the Bankers to Take Your Home, No Problem says Fifth Circuit

Among other points raised in a challenge to a foreclosure on a Texas home equity loan, the trial court observed: “the curious backdating of the [assignment] confirms the suspicion that this document was generated to obscure the chain of title inquiry rather than to illuminate it.”

Among other points raised in a challenge to a foreclosure on a Texas home equity loan, the trial court observed: “the curious backdating of the [assignment] confirms the suspicion that this document was generated to obscure the chain of title inquiry rather than to illuminate it.”

In reversing the judgment below, on this point the Fifth Circuit held:

“At least two Texas Courts of Appeals have considered this very question, and both have held that an assignment may have a retroactive ‘effective date.’”

Deutsche Bank v. Burke, No. 15-20201 (June 9, 2016, unpublished).

Texas Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ignores lower court ruling and evidence. Remember the Szymoniak Whistleblower case which created the biggest settlement for Foreclosure fraud in America for fake docs and robosigning? This case is exactly the same, and clearly showed back-dated, forged and fake documents and a heck of a lot more issues as well.

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