Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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Meghan
http://www.realdealdocs.com/SearchResults.aspx

The FREE site was helpful in quickly finding the PSA for my alphabet-soup trust. Thought I'd pass it along.

If the link does not go to the page with a list of  PSAs, search for Pooling and Servicing Agreement from the search button. Be sure to use the word Agreement in the search, as there is a category for "Agreements." Also, if it does go to the list of PSAs, notice the drop box that will go to many pages with more PSAs.

Reminder: I navigated this site without any problem, but I always make sure my virus catcher is up to date when I search sites unfamiliar to me!




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Meghan
Okay, I tried the link after I posted it here, and it did not go to the list. So use the Search Now tab on the home page, then type Pooling and Servicing Agreement in the Document Title field.

http://www.realdealdocs.com/index.aspx

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Meghan
Sorry about the multiple posts. Also paste in your trust name in the Document Full Text field, to narrow the search.
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Texas

        Standing to Invoke PSAs as a Foreclosure Defense

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Mr. Schneiderman’s contention that Bank of New York breached its duties to investors is significant because a trustee that agrees to oversee loan pools like those issued by Countrywide must abide by the rules governing the securities. Such rules require that lenders deliver to the trust complete and original mortgage documents for each loan in a pool, for example, and require that the trustee notify investors when such loan documents are missing.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/05/business/new-york-moves-to-block-mortgage-settlement.html?_r=1&hp
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If you’re being sued by any entity acting as a trustee, i.e. “US BANK as trustee for the HP Series 2006-c Certificate Holders”, you need to be aware of a variety of issues that may be helpful in your case.

http://mattweidnerlaw.com/blog/2010/05/finding-pooling-and-servicing-agreements-is-key-to-killing-your-foreclosure-case/
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