Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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Another appellate court has found that Mr. Roper's suggested standing defense based upon the plaintiff's attachment of an unindorsed note to the complaint was handed down this week in Ohio:

Quantum Servicing Corp. v Haugabrook, Case No. CV 09-01-0521 (Ohio App. 9th Dist. August 14, 2013)

Once again, the proper argument, timely presented, can win a defendant's foreclosure case!
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Mr. Roper has always espoused that the defendant was deficient in some manner.  This court said that all is irrelevant, as the plaintiff could not invoke the jurisdiction of the court as it lacked a justiciable cause.

It's not about what the defendant did wrong, rather, it is that the plaintiff lacked standing to sue -- so all is void.  

Any time a court renders judgment when it lacked jurisdiction the judgment is void and remains void.

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