No Attorney Fees Filed by Deutsche Bank Despite Approval by Magistrate Judge Farrer

Magistrate Judge Farrer Questions Mackie Wolf’s Complaint and Rejects their Over-arching Default Judgment Demands on Behalf of Deutsche Bank.

 Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, As Trustee For Morgan Stanley v. Welch

(5:19-cv-00590) District Court, W.D. Texas

MAY 31, 2019 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUL 21, 2021

Magistrate Judge Allows Attorney Fees but Cronenwett of Mackie Wolf Did not Pursue. Is this Why…

“Deutsche Bank also requests a judgment declaring that the following are secured by the Security Instrument on the property:

(a) the outstanding balance of the note;

(b) prejudgment interest;

(c) post-judgment interest from the date of judgment until paid;

(d) costs of court;


(e) attorney’s fees.

But the relief available on default judgment is limited to the relief requested in a plaintiff’s complaint, see Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(c), and nowhere in its live Complaint does Deutsche Bank seek such a declaration.

Deutsche Bank, however, should be awarded its costs—provided it timely files a bill of costs using the form required by the Clerk of the Court and supported by appropriate documentation.

It may also request reasonable attorney’s fees in compliance with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(d)(2).

Any such fees and costs, however, may only be recovered against the property after a foreclosure sale. See Huston, 988 F. Supp. 2d at 741.

E.D. Tex. Senior Judge Ron Clark: You’ve Had Your Day In Court.

The U.S. magistrate appointed to the bench in the Eastern District of Texas in 2004 found the Episcopal Church in his 20s when a prosecutor.

Foreclosure: No Attorney Fees Filed by US Bank Represented by Mark Cronenwett of Mackie Wolf

I do not agree that the Reinagels’ forgery argument is a red herring. – Judge James Graves Jr., Fifth Circuit, Reinagel v Deutsche Bank

Former Texas Lawyer Scott Scher May Have An Ally In Mind Once He Reads This

As the Scher family face foreclosure, could Isaac Nesser, the Quinn Emanuel partner who prevailed in 100 toxic loan cases, aid his appeal?

No Attorney Fees Filed by Deutsche Bank Despite Approval by Magistrate Judge Farrer
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