Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Maine High Court Hears Arguments In Bogus Foreclosure Affidavit Case

In Portland, Maine, The Portland Press Herald reports:

  • The "robo-signing" foreclosure case of a Denmark woman represents such a serious attack on the integrity of the state's judicial system that an investigation of the mortgage servicer's practices is warranted, the woman's lawyer argued before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court on Wednesday.

  • Nicolle Bradbury's attorney, Thomas Cox, also said a lower court erred when it failed to find GMAC Mortgage in contempt because one of its employees signed a sworn document in support of foreclosure on her home without reviewing the relevant records. Cox, who discovered the flawed process, argued that it was part of a pattern and that the trial court should have considered remedial or punitive action against GMAC.

For more, see Appeal pushes for sanctions in foreclosure.

See also The Maine Public Broadcasting Network: Maine's High Court Hears Appeal in GMAC Foreclosure Case.

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