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It appears that JP Morgan Chase is looking to expunge 100′s of it’s own “erroneously” filed Satisfaction of Mortgages in Suffolk County NY via advertised legal notices through the infamous Steven J. Baum’s office. This is only one county, and one Bank, I know of others that are in the pipeline.  What next and what does this mean??
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William A. Roper, Jr.
Although this certainly seems to be a curious case and bears further inquiry, note that the Index number ( e.g. "15300/07" or "15300/2007") of the case reflects that the case was first filed in 2007.

It would be interesting to get a look at several of the underlying releases.  If there is a Forum participant who lives or works on Long Island or who has access to the online Suffolk records (by subscription), scrutiny of these instruments would probably give us a better sense of what the issues were giving rise to this suit.

Interestingly, some of the most notorious fabircation mills, such as DOCX, were mostly in business robo-signing releases prior to the subprime meltdown.  There MIGHT be something interesting in these records, but one really needs to look at the releases to know for sure.
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syl
I found this:  http://decisions.courts.state.ny.us/fcas/fcas_docs/2011JUN/51001530020072SCIV.pdf

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Texas
15300/2007 is a prior case.
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syl
Nope, it is a continuation:
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