Fifth Circuit

One Signature or Two is not important, Consent has been Given, says Fifth Circuit

In this foreclosure case, the pleading relies on signatures of both spouses required on all docs and instruments to foreclose. The Court rejects this argument:

REAVLEY, THOMAS M.

GRAVES, JAMES E. (JR)

HO, JAMES C.

In this foreclosure case, the pleading relies on signatures of both spouses required on all docs and instruments to foreclose. The Court rejects this argument:

“The facts here are not significantly different from the facts in Blizzard, so we rely on its reasoning to conclude that because Mrs. Kirchner signed the Security Instrument, she voluntarily consented to the lien in satisfaction of Article XVI, section 50(a)(6)(A). The district court’s grant of summary judgment, therefore, was appropriate.  The judgment of the district court is AFFIRMED.”

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