Mortgage Servicing Fraud
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While browsing the net, I came across a site that mentioned this:

"Those few firms in New Jersey that so restrict their practice provide their lender/clients with the advantage of completing foreclosures within the FNMA/FHLMC three hundred (300) day time line requirement."

I tried to research this "300 day time line requirement", and came up empty.  Any idea what this time requirement might be?

Thanks in advance
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Those timelines are for the Plaintiff's attorney and FNMA/FHLMC who may or may not be an alleged undisclosed REAL PARTY IN INTEREST. Check FannieMae and FreddieMac websites to see if they are claiming your mortgage(with an Acquisition Date) and the entity that sent you the NOI is a Servicer(for XXX) and does not identify the alleged Lender.
Your time lines are the ones that you have to respond to the court or to a motion. Once a complaint is filed, and you file an Answer after you have filed a Motion To Dismiss(if you decide to file this first), then you have Discovery, Interrogatories and Admissions to send.
READ:  (not up-to-date but helpful) Tons of info.

Robert James', "Fighting The Foreclosure Machine" book available on Amazon. 
Hope others pitch in and help you.

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