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Harriet Nicholson Request to Take Judicial Notice of CFPB v Nationstar Mortgage dba Mr. Cooper

Harriet Nicholson v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC; Nicholson’s complaint allegations mirrored the case CFPB pursued against Nationstar.

ZOOM HEARING

NOTE: AUG. 25, 2021;

HEARING RESCHEDULED;

NOW SEP 16, 2021

11:30am CST


CANCELLED: THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 2021 9:30 AM CST 
Harriet Nicholson v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC 048-276347-15
WHERE: 48TH DISTRICT COURT, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS

Harriet Nicholson’s Comments

AUG 23, 2021

Harriet Nicholson said; I have a zoom hearing scheduled for August 26, 2021 at 9:30 am in Judge David Evan’s 48th District Court.

I filed Plaintiff’s Request to Take Judicial Notice Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Multiple States Enter into Settlement with Nationstar Mortgage, LLC for Unlawful Servicing Practices | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumerfinance.gov)

I requested the Court to take judicial notice of the complaint click here:

https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/documents/cfpb_nationstar-mortgage-llc-dba-mr-cooper_complaint_2020-12.pdf

and

the proposed stipulated judgement and order click here:

https://files.consumerfinance.gov/f/documents/cfpb_nationstar-mortgage-llc-dba-mr-cooper_stipulated-final-judgment-and-order_2020-12.pdf

I had the same allegations in my complaint as the CFPB had against Nationstar, where Nationstar Mortgage filed the proposed stipulated agreement above.

However, Nationstar Mortgage violated the stipulation agreement by not correcting their errors in my case in January 2021 and February 2021.

I’ve attached Plaintiff’s Request for Judicial Notice filed and the exhibits and witness list for the August 26, 2021.

JUDICIAL NOTICE, EXHIBITS AND WITNESS LIST

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Harriet Nicholson Request to Take Judicial Notice of CFPB v Nationstar Mortgage dba Mr. Cooper
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