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Mr. Roper has talked before about attacking the assignment of the mortgage. Could someone put to the thread were he discusses this please. Thanks
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Here's a link for one of the discussions by Mr. Roper

Of course there are more threads on this subject then just one. This link below will show most of them by Mr. Roper. Good Luck!,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=232dd482f38522b3&biw=1280&bih=829

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Mr. Roper has posted so much about this, it is hard to know where to begin.  One really good thread is this one on embracing rather than attacking the assignment:


The Folly of Attacking Rather Than Embracing the Assignment Forgery: Harvey v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company


But rather than imposing the burden on others to find these threads for you, why not simple browse or search through Mr. Roper's older threads and post links to the threads you found interesting or helpful.


One thing about law and foreclosure defense is that very often you do not even realize what questions to ask or what issues to explore without doing quite a bit of research and reading.


Rarely did Mr. Roper start a new thread that wasn't intended to help or teach us some point.  Maybe not all of the points are applicable to your case, but until you browse through and read quite a few of them, you really probably lack the foundation for a good defense.

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The discussion by Mr. Roper within this thread was also excellent: 




I looked up some cases on this and pretty much everything he posted was shown to be valid in my state. 

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Mr. Roper discussed some assignment issues within this thread:


Recording date vs. notarized date: Which one determines assignment date?


The suggestion to browse or search the earlier threads though is a good one.


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Everybody is always extolling how great Mr. Roper is.  But the Forum used to have some other really smart luminaries, as well.


Back in 2009, there was a contributor going by "Knows About".  He had some really great posts, but stopped posting after being incessantly attacked by several Forum trolls.


Here are several:


In Re Wells: It is All About Indorsement and Delivery


Have you seen this signature?


Separation of Note and Mortgage


CT Appellate Court Denies Summary Judgment When Plaintiff Lacked Ownership At Commencement of Suit


Even Mr. Roper sometimes cited posts by Knows About, as he did in this thread:


New York Has Long Held That Assignment of the Mortgage Without Assignment of the Note is a NULLITY


The Forum has always had its trolls.  Mike H. has been swindling borrowers here for years.


Also, the Ann who is a troll posting all the links to swindler's websites is a different Ann than used to post at the Forum several years ago. 

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