Foreclosures

No Merit in Alexanders’ Claims against Wells Fargo

The district court announced its decision in a careful ten-page Memorandum Opinion and Order. It explained that the defect Plaintiff complains of—lack of an Acknowledgment of Fair Market Value—was not in fact a defect.

SMITH, JERRY E.

WIENER, JACQUES L. (JR.)

ELROD, JENNIFER W.

The district court announced its decision in a careful ten-page Memorandum Opinion and Order. It explained that “[t]he defect Plaintiff complains of—lack of an Acknowledgment of Fair Market Value—was not in fact a defect.” (Footnote omitted.)

The court concluded that “an Acknowledgment of Fair Market Value was fully executed at the time of closing.”

Alexander has had ample opportunity to litigate her meritless claim. The judgment of dismissal is AFFIRMED, essentially for the reasons comprehensively stated by the district court.

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