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LYTTLE v. BANKUNITED- Another Headscratcher of a Gingo Appelate Conundrum

Here goes another spellbinding appeal written by that masterful author George Gingo. You really must sit down and study the attached appellate brief which reads more like a nail biting crime novel than some dry academic appeal.

I mean, seriously. Put yourself in the moment, picture the courtroom, picture the homeowner defendant standing there and just read line after line as the transcript plays out. Shocking and maddening and just mindblowing….every single line…..

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This leads to ask a question.    Is it possible to sue your pretender lender and foreclosure mill in your State Superior Court just to have set aside and vacated a foreclosure that has already taken place.     Then proceed to sue the pretender lender in Federal Court for all the Federal violations?   I know Federal Court does not want to be a place where you appeal State opionions, but if both complaints have different charges; does that work?

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