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This question is directed to the "seniors" of msfraud: akygril, roper, and a long list of experts:

Any thoughts in considering filing a QUIET TITLE Action, as the best way to fight foreclosure proceedings? This would bring the real party in interest right away,
    Any thoughts.  

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Moose
jose acosta wrote:
This question is directed to the "seniors" of msfraud: akygril, roper, and a long list of experts:

Any thoughts in considering filing a QUIET TITLE Action, as the best way to fight foreclosure proceedings? This would bring the real party in interest right away,
    Any thoughts.  



This isn't legal advice and it's far too complex an issue to address in just one question/answer, but consider:

a) If a foreclosure proceeding is already underway it's a moot point because it's asking for declaratory relief in a matter already being adjudicated.
b) Such a filing will almost always involve the issuer of the title insurance policy as a party.
c) A borrower is stepping into uncharted territory without proper legal counsel.

Moose




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   Jose,

    Here is a possibly helpful link:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/33115661/ATTORNEY-PLAYBOOK-AGAINST-HOMEOWNERS-ORGANIZED-INSIGHT-INTO-FORECLOSURE-MILLS-AND-THEIR-ATTORNEY-PLAYBOOK-OF-FORMED-RESPONSES-JUST-PRINT-THE-FORM

    Carefully read the page referring to quiet title. There are people advocating quiet title, but IMHO it should be the last step and not the first.

    I am not an attorney and this, of course, is not a legal advice.

    You can find a lot of info regarding quiet title on this site and Living Lies.

    Good luck and Happy Holidays to Everyone!!!
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