Quote: JF said:
The robo-perjure has the ability to extend the bulls*** rights bestowed upon them by the mega bank to anyone they choose?
In general, a person can authorize another person to sign on their behalf. This is a matter of informal agency. It happens every day. A USPS certified mail item or another delivery arrives by mail. A businessman dictates a letter and asks that his secretary sign his name, etc.
What distinguishes the robo-forgeries assignments is (a) the authority conferred by many powers of attorneys is personal and often under the power's express terms cannot be further delegated, (b) the document being signed is a document expressly controlled by the statute of frauds of most jurisdictions for which ONLY a written power of attorney can confer authority, and (c) the notary laws of essentially ALL jurisdictions expressly preclude a notary from authentication of a signature without actually witnessing the signature of the signer.
One can quibble a little about whether the signature of the person executing the document is a forgery under the laws of a particular jurisdiction. But the signatures of the witnesses and of the notary are unquestionably false attestations. What does it mean to WITNESS something?
The witness is attesting to the fact that the signer personally appeared and signed. That is also what the authentication of the notary attests.
But also note that an otherwise invalid execution can often be made good by a subsequent ratification. See my prior message thread:
"Agency, Powers, Principal and Agent" (03/13/11 at 04:59 AM)
As I have pointed out previously, it is better to focus on the economic realities of the assignment forgery. And in failing to depose the signer, you are putting yourself at an extreme disadvantage. The assignment fails because it describes a transaction which never took place. The questions relating to authority are ancilliary.
Quote: JF said:
So many unanswered questions, so many retards to confuse us all. By the language used in the deposition, she does not seem to be packing a full lunch. Probably the perfect moron for one of these legalized booking houses.
The robo-forgery and robo-perjury mills necessarily rely upon compliant, but not so bright employees who can be relied upon to follow instructions, including instructions that the employees perform illegal acts on behalf of the criminal enterprise.