Fifth Circuit

The King loses his Title due to Acceleration Allowances

This opinion is rendered as per usual for the Bank, claiming the stop start of acceleration is as good an excuse as needed to avoid Quiet Title Claim by homeowner

WIENER, JACQUES L. (JR.)

SOUTHWICK, LESLIE H.

DENNIS, JAMES L.

This opinion is rendered as per usual for the Bank, claiming the stop start of acceleration is as good an excuse as needed to avoid Quiet Title Claim by homeowner:

“John King sought a declaratory judgment to quiet title to certain real property. He claimed that the defendants’ interests under a deed of trust were unenforceable due to their inaction after accelerating King’s loan. The district court disagreed and dismissed. We AFFIRM.  

Panel consisted of: WIENER, DENNIS, and SOUTHWICK

King v Select Portfolio Servicing and US Bank

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