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Is Fraud a Silent Sword?

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By Doug Boggs

Is Fraud a silent sword? The Dausi was a poem of the history of the Soninke people and the rise and fall of their eternal city. African legend says, the city of Wagadu, was protected by a great serpent named Bida. Every year Bida rained down gold on the city of Wagadu in exchange he required sacrifice of a young woman chosen by lottery. This agreement was how the kings of Ghana attained their wealth and power. This custom continued for many generations until one day fate had chosen the beautiful Sai Tu Bara to become a wife and sacrifice to Bida. Her fiancé Mamadi, a warrior whose praise name was Sefe Dekote (the ‘silent sword’) due to his taciturn nature and relentlessness towards his goals discovered that Sia was chosen to be sacrificed. Determined to save her life, Mamadi killed the serpent thus making him an outcast. Soon after the death of the serpent Bida, the city of Wagadu was destroyed and the Soninke people scattered. 

Lawyers don’t ask the right questions in order to get the answers that could serve the people most in need. I have found that lawyers ask questions to what they already know the answers to. This practice might help them formulate a response to a specific line of questioning in order to fine tune their making their point. However, this kind of practice will never shed light on any new ideas or evidence.

I have recently come across an article online written by a lawyer, named Abe Salen, of The Wolf Firm. It was posted on February 1, 2018, on a financial services website USFN. The Wolf Firm is a 30 year old legal corporation, based out of Irvine, CA, that claims to do business in California, Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Their website states that they are attorneys to the financial services industry. The byline claims that The Wolf Firm is a member of an organization named, USFN (American Mortgage Banking Attorney’s). USFN, is an organization filled with attorneys from the mortgage banking business. They were recently recruiting new members at the 2019 MBA Servicing Conference. It would be fair to say that they are not attorneys that I would hire or for any homeowner needing assistance with their home foreclosure.

The article begins with “Fraud has consistently been a silent sword used by borrowers and their agents to stall the foreclosure process and keep the non-paying borrower in the property.” This is far from the truth. Fraud is not a silent sword used to stall a foreclosure. Fraud is a cause of action against a company who is illegally foreclosing on a homeowner. Their quip of “…keep the non-paying borrower in the property” is a bit presumptuous. I say that because Wells Fargo Bank began their foreclosure proceedings on me while I was current on my mortgage. Yes, you heard that right. I am also familiar with countless people who have been foreclosed on throughout the country that paid cash for their home and never had a mortgage to which they were “non paying” to. So, that begs the question of just what the word fraud means in a foreclosure procedure.

The next paragraph of the article continues with “Over the last 18 months, a grand scheme has been uncovered by both federal and state law enforcement in which the borrower is generally a non-participant. Rather, the perpetrating entity conducts a public or semi-private search for properties with loans in foreclosure — often properties that have been in foreclosure for some time (several months to multiple years), but with no record of a sale having occurred. The scheme has reached significant levels in California.” This makes the claim that the borrower is generally a non-participant. This is very true to a homeowner with a Deed of Trust attached to their mortgage. In my legal case against Wells Fargo, I showed the court, just how much a homeowner is as a non-participant borrower. I showed the court how the state legislature made a deed of trust in the state of CA void through their passing of SB1638 in 1996, which became law in January 1, 1998. Due to my exposure of that silent sword the courts then silenced my court files and removed them from public view. The fact that a Deed of Trust is void exemplifies just how much a borrower is a non-participant.

“The process is this: once the property is identified, the perpetrating entity begins its fraudulent scheme by recording a bogus assignment. That same day, this entity substitutes in a subsidiary as the foreclosing trustee. Thereafter the “new” trustee immediately (often within 1-3 days) records a Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale, transferring the property to the fraudulent beneficiary. With a recorded transfer in hand, the perpetrating entity sends out private invitations to known REO investors seeking bids for the purchase (at pennies on the dollar) of the subject property. This scheme is “grand” because it encompasses several hundred properties throughout California, with many more suspected — including properties throughout the West Coast and neighboring states, and eastward.” Let’s paraphrase this a little bit: Once the property is identified, means that there is a computer algorithm that spits out information to a law group, such as The Wolf Firm. This information will show properties that are in some part of the foreclosure process. So, as we have already learned, this means that the home is in some part of the foreclosure process, but it does NOT specifically mean that the homeowner has not paid their mortgage. The article goes on to state that a perpetrating entity begins a fraudulent scheme by recording a bogus assignment. Through that bogus assignment, this perpetrating entity substitutes themselves as a substituted trustee in a deed of trust. This action makes this perpetrating entity a fraudulent trustee. Only through the passing of SB1638 can this action occur.

Let’s look into this further. A Non-Judicial foreclosure was designed to take the process of foreclosure out of the encumbered court system. In order to do this, an independent third party, the Trustee, was added to the transaction in order to act as the independence of the court system that was now usurped. The CA Supreme Court ruled in a 1978 landmark ruling that the trustee is to be an independent party in a deed of trust. The trustee is to be held at arms length to the other parties within the transaction so as to be impartial to the needs of the transaction and the non-judicial foreclosure procedure. In a non-judicial foreclosure it is the trustee that acts as and on behalf of the court. The trustee is to make sure that the borrower, as well as the lender, all abide within the rules of the Power of Sale clause, CA Civil Code 2924, in a non-judicial foreclosure procedure. Through the independence of the trustee the courts are then bypassed and considered less encumbered by having less foreclosures on the court docket.

So, The Wolf Firm, freely admits that the system allows for a perpetrating entity to make itself become the substituted trustee. This new fraudulent substitute trustee then files fraudulent documents to the court recording a Trustee Deed Upon Sale. This fraudulent paperwork created the transferring of the property to a fraudulent beneficiary. If all of this fraudulent paperwork can be filed to the court, it is only safe to assume that other fraudulent paperwork can be filed to the court. Such as documents that the borrower has defaulted on a loan when in fact they did not. And in numerous cases there was never a loan against the property for a borrower to default from. However, these documents get filed. Due to this process, I have also seen documents to which one or more of the borrowers listed in the foreclosure procedure signed documents when they were dead and buried.

If the Trustee is independent in the transaction, how could all of this fraud be able to take place? It is their job specifically to make sure that does not happen, as they are acting as the court. That certainly shows a breakdown of the non-judicial foreclosure process. This stems from SB1638 which allowed the beneficiary to name a new trustee at will. So, if the acting trustee would not allow a bank or legal beneficiary to file fraudulent documents or perhaps slide by some of the rule of CA Civil Code 2924 in the Power of Sale clause in order to expedite a fraudulent foreclosure proceeding, that bank or legal beneficiary could substitute a new trustee into the transaction that will act on the beneficiary’s behalf. It is for this reason that the Power of Sale clause becomes moot and therefore the deed of trust becomes void. If the ruling of the legislature no longer adheres to the ruling of the CA Supreme Court and the need for an independent trustee is deemed necessary, than the entire non-judicial foreclosure system is fraudulent and all deeds of trust are fraudulent and therefore void.

“The problems are clear. With the fraudulent recordings occurring so quickly, it may be difficult for servicers and trustees to become aware of the fraudulent cloud on title until a bona fide purchaser is in the mix. Several title companies are now aware of this particular scheme. Further, at least one county has filed criminal charges against the perpetrating entities, with several more jurisdictions conducting in-depth investigations. The FBI is also investigating, and this scheme has gained the attention of numerous media outlets throughout the country.” The Wolf Firm skirts around the real issue here as they discuss the problems being clear. It isn’t that fraudulent recordings occur so quickly, it is that they are allowed to occur at all. It is easy for them to occur when there is no independent trustee in order to oversee the fraudulent documents being filed to the court. The Wolf Firm author discusses the difficulty for the servicer and trustees to become aware of the fraudulent cloud on the title. The trustee is never NOT aware, as it is the acting perpetrating entity which has now clouded the title with fraudulent papers.

“This situation provides a serious reminder that servicers/trustees must stay vigilant in their due diligence as they begin the foreclosure process, and ensure that the title searches remain current throughout the process. Updating title reports at regular intervals during the process is recommended, especially when files are placed on hold, in order to confirm that title remains unaffected — not just from borrower conduct but also from possible third-party perpetrators.” How is it that a trustee is able to remain vigilant when it was put in place by the beneficiary in order to do its bidding. The trustee is in place to make sure that no matter what, the beneficiary is able to foreclose on any home, any time, any where, despite anything. PERIOD. To state that they must stay vigilant to ensure that the title searches remain current is simply a joke. And this joke was authored by The Wolf Firm who is a law firm which acts on behalf of financial services companies. So, they know full well of the lack of independence of the trustee in a deed of trust transaction. They are fully aware and have freely admitted that a trustee does not protect the deed of trust for the borrower whatsoever.

Who are the third party perpetrators that affect the title? Law firms such as The Wolf Firm; Anglin Flewellen Rasmussen Campbell & Trytten LLP, and many other legal firms acting on behalf of financial institutions. These firms know full well that there is no independent trustee and therefore fraudulent documents filed by the trustee are on behalf of the beneficiary, to which these legal firms represent on a daily basis. There are time that these firms take on the role of the substituted trustee or as the legal team for the beneficiary. Usually the beneficiary has a subsidiary firm which is signed on as trustee at the onset of the deed of trust transaction.

The article discusses how a perpetrating entity can become a fraudulent substituted trustee. The article does not discuss how a fraudulent trustee is able to circumvent the ruling of the CA Supreme Court for the independence of the trustee in the Power of Sale clause. The fact that there is no independence of a trustee in a deed of trust transaction based on the fact that a bank or beneficiary can substituted a new trustee at will, simply means that the bank or beneficiary has power over the trustee. So, the trustee ergo works for the beneficiary. Ergo the trustee is not independent. Since the lender does not stipulate this fact to the borrower during the negotiations of the contract and the borrower is never privy to the fact that the trustee is working on the beneficiary’s behalf and has no vested interest in protecting the borrower from any wrongdoing from the beneficiary or servicer, there is no real meeting of the minds in the deed of trust transaction. In contract law, one of the single most used arguments against the validity of the contract is the fact that there was not a meeting of the minds. If there is not a meeting of the minds in a contract, there is no contract. If one party leaves out pertinent information to the contract that is crucial to the decision making of the other party in the contract it is construed as deceptive fraud.

The original article, coming from a law firm that litigates for the financial industry, it is certainly deceptive.

Is fraud a silent sword? Is Sefe Dekote the tool for homeowners to battle against Bida, the big bad banks and law firms acting fraudulently and illegally foreclosing on people throughout the United States? Sharpen your blades foreclosure warriors.

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The Trustee is given the presumption of correctnes

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The Trustee in a non-judicial foreclosure procedure is given the presumption of correctnes[s] in the performance of their position.  This is what the banks or beneficiaries are well aware of and use to their advantage in a non-judicial foreclosure procedure.  Because, by law as ordered by the CA Supreme Court, the Trustee is ruled to be independent and act on behalf of the court in the transaction and is to be at arms length from either the borrower or the lender, the documents filed by the Trustee are considered to be true and correct.  What exactly is true and correct anymore?  As we move forward through this post I may repeat myself a few times in order to make sure of the reader’s clarity.

You see, the Trustee is given the power of the court and subsequently is given the presumption of correctness.  Meaning that, if there were to be a legal action taken by a borrower against a beneficiary for wrongful foreclosure in a non-judicial foreclosure action, the court will first abide by what the Trustee says to be true and correct because they are acting as the court.  It is now the job of the party being foreclosed on to show the court of the illegalities being made by the beneficiary, rather than the Trustee doing their job to begin with, because the Trustee works for the banks and is a strawman in the transaction acting in the best interest of the bank.

It is the job of the Trustee to be independent and to make sure that the paperwork being filed is done according to the rules and is true and correct as it relates to the necessary actions to be taken in the power of sale.  What this truly means is that the paperwork that is submitted by the beneficiary is to be filled out correctly, however, this does not mean that the contents and actions which are stipulated within the documents have been done correctly and in accordance to the rule of law.  So, therefore, the Trustee oversees that the paperwork might be FILED correctly, however, that does NOT mean that the actions to which the beneficiary is claiming to have done, that have been stipulated within the documents in order to comply with the rules of the power of sale, or the contents of the documents, have been done correctly or if at all.  But, because the Trustee is given the presumption of correctness by the court it is assumed by the Superior court that things have been done according to the rules of the power of sale.

So, what happens when the beneficiary does NOT follow the rules of the power of sale?  According to the court, because the Trustee allowed the paperwork to be filed in the County Recorder’s Office, the Superior and Federal Courts assume that the contents of the documents are true and correct.  Why is this?  Because the Trustee is to be independent of both parties in the contract and is to be without bias to the information one way or the other.  It is because of this assumed independence that the Trustee is given the presumption of correctness in their actions.

The beneficiaries know that they have owned the Trustee and have since 1998.  They know that the Trustee is not independent and that the Trustee works in the best interest of the beneficiary and with no interest to the borrower.  For this reason, the Trustee will file any document that is filled out by the beneficiaries, or any party acting as a beneficiary, even if all of the information in those documents are a lie, false, and fraudulent.

When Wells Fargo came at me with guns blazing and filing their Notice of Default, I noticed that the documents were filled with incorrect information.  See my post Notice of Default.  The contents of the information were incorrect.  The papers that were being filed were being filed in order to deceive the court so that the beneficiary could quickly foreclose without allowing us the opportunity to rectify the situation from our end.

The beneficiary is able to use the accepted public perception, and the rule of law set down by the CA Supreme Court in 1978, which dictates that the Trustee is independent.  In this independence it is the intent that the Trustee act on behalf of the court.  Therefore the paperwork is considered true and correct because of the presumption of correctness that is given to the Trustee no matter what the information in the paperwork seems to state.  This is how someone who is current on their payments can be foreclosed on.  This is how someone who paid cash can be foreclosed on.

The Trustee has worked for the banks and has been since the Senate Bill 1638 was passed as law and became active law on January 1, 1998.  The courts have turned a blind eye on fact that the beneficiary and the Trustee are to be independent.  The courts have incorrectly allowed or acted in a complicit nature to the fact that the banks and the Trustee are able to work together in a fraudulent manner.  The courts have turned a blind eye to the fact that when there are any changes to a real estate contract they must be signed by all parties.  The State has incorrectly allowed or acted in a complicit nature in order to allow the banks to fraudulently use a deed of trust mortgage since the year 1998.

(NOTE: If you have not read my previous posts on this issue you can do so and catch up by clicking How is your deed of trust VOID?)

The judicial system itself sold out to a law that had been in the books since 1677.  In 1998 when CA Civil Code 2934a was amended through Senate Bill 1638, and instilled into law on January 1, 1998, it was reiterated in the new law that all parties must sign to any changes to the contract agreement.  Because the courts have turned a blind eye to the fact that the Trustee is to be independent is the exact reason that the deed of trust agreement is fraudulent and VOID.  Because the courts and the state have turned a blind eye to the fact that all parties must sign any and all changes or substitutions that are done to the deed of trust agreement also show how corrupt things have become.

 

 

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How is your deed of trust VOID?

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How is your deed of trust VOID?  The example herein will be using CA law, however keep in mind that there are 34 other states that use deeds of trust.  Due to the nature of the foreclosure fraud that happens throughout the country in EVERY state, there is a sure chance that there are similar laws and rules that dictate a similar scenario in your state.

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If someone lends you money it seems quite natural to pay them back for that action.  This is the world we have all seemingly agreed to live within.  In our global paradigm of capitalism it is natural to most people that it is honorable and just to pay the lending party back for the money that was borrowed.  This seems fair and responsible to want to pay back the lending party for their generosity.  This is something that I have heard from everyone that I have spoken to on this subject.  Sometimes there are transactions that have the person who lent the money receive interest for the money that they lent the borrowing party. All of this seems quite natural in the order of things.  People find it honorable and their personal responsibility and duty to return borrowed money.  This seems to be human nature.

There are also times when money gets exchanged and there is a contract involved outlining the details of the exchange.  In normal contract law, both parties must understand all of the details that are outlined within the documents.  It is the obligation of the contracting party(lender) to make sure that the borrower understands all of the details that pertain to the contract.  If there are certain details that are within the contract that the borrower does not understand it is the job of the lender to make clear of any questions or concerns for the borrower.  There must be a “meeting of the minds”.  Everyone must be “on the same page”.  This means simply that the lender and the borrower must know and understand all of the terms of the contract and must agree to all of the terms of the contract.

Now, let’s put this into a context using real estate.  In this context, the contract MUST be in writing.  This dates back to a law called the Statute of Frauds, back to the year 1677.  All of the terms and conditions of the contract MUST be clear and understood by the borrower, as we said that this is standard contract rules.  In real estate, the contract, through the life of the contract, MUST be signed by all parties within the contract.  This comes from the Statute of Frauds.  If there are changes in a contract, then the changes or amendments create a new contract between the parties, therefore, all parties must sign off on any changes throughout the duration of the contract.  Seems fair, right?  If this doesn’t take place and there is confusion about any of the terms of the contract this means that the contract is voidable.

What if the lender does not inform the borrower of certain terms and conditions that are in the contract?  This would mean there is never a meeting of the minds and the contract is voidable. However, what would happen if the lending party actually deceived the borrower, by hiding certain details that exist in some of the terms of the contract, in order to entice the borrower into signing a contract that if the borrower were to know that information would not sign the contract?  These details that are withheld are paramount to the meaning of the contract itself and if the borrower were to have known the details of this withheld information prior to signing the documents they would have not agreed to the terms of the contract.

If this were to happen then the contract is not voidable, it is VOID.  The contract is not worth the paper it is printed on.  This is due to the fact that the lending party knowingly defrauded the borrower by not informing the borrower of imperative details of the contract agreement, so therefore through the actions and choices made by the lender in an attempt to deceive the borrower in order to create the transaction, the contract is VOID.  The borrowed money doesn’t need to be paid back because it was created out of fraud.  If a contract is created out of fraud it is not voidable, the contract is void.  This is clear law.  It is VOID because it was knowingly created in order to deceive one party over the other.  So, the party who attempted to deceive the other is out that money due to the risk of deception they chose to enter into in order to orchestrate the contract agreement.

Everyone knows that there is some level of deception in a monetary transaction when they go to the table in Vegas to gamble.  Everyone knows that the house always wins.  However, in real estate we don’t normally think that we are being deceived when we borrow money to buy a property.  In this case, your house doesn’t win, you lose your house.

This is what happens everyday, in every deed of trust contract, in CA, and all other states throughout the country.  Again, we will use CA as an example for this, but there are another 34 other states in the United States that use deeds of trust.  And many of the other states are attempting to pass legislation that will create deeds of trust states.  If you are a homeowner then this is what happened to you, or your family, your neighbor and every homeowner you know who borrowed money using the regular avenues of institutional financing.  This has been happening in the state of CA everyday, on nearly every deed of trust agreement since the year 1998.  Whether the property is valued at $1 or $100,0000,000, or more.

How is that?  Some of this is laid out in my previous post found here, but we’ll go over it again in order to make things clear.  Do review the previous post as well for a broader scope of information and point of view.

It is hard for people to grasp that they have been swindled when they are still in their homes, are paying for their money that they borrowed and no one is knocking on their door demanding for their money.  Life seems “normal”.  It seems that all is okay and that they were not defrauded.  I hear it every time I talk with people.  They say, “Oh, that didn’t happen in my case, because everything is going well.”  However, you have been swindled and the bank is betting on your moral compass that you will pay them for defrauding you.  And the banks are winning.  You’ve all been duped.

But, what if the contract were VOID and you didn’t have to pay back the bank for defrauding you out of your hard earned money?  How would that change your life?  How would that change our society?  What would you do with all of that money?  How different would your life be if you didn’t have to pay back the bank every month for their deceptive behavior?  It was their actions, not yours, which dictated the result of them not receiving their money back because they lent the money through deceptive means.  Why should the bank be rewarded the return of their money if the only way for you to borrower it was to deceive you?

What makes the banking industry immune to the rule of law?  Why are they able to lie to every borrower in order to secure a contract?  Why are they able to cheat every borrower out of hundreds, thousands or millions of dollars on a monthly basis?  Every month, every year, for decades?  Every month a property owner receives a statement requesting payment for a mortgage.  Every month a property owner is deceived out of their money through this statement from the financial institution requesting payment for the VOID contract that they are collecting on.  Every month, on every deed of trust real estate contract, the bank is defrauding you of your money.  This is mail fraud, and this goes on for each contract throughout the country, month after month, year after year.

How are the banks able to steal homes when someone paid cash for their home and never had a bank in the transaction?  How are banks able to steal homes from people who are current on their mortgage?  If these actions can happen does this mean that the entire system is wrong?

No, actually.  There are laws in place that are designed to orchestrate a proper real estate transaction.  The laws just aren’t being followed or policed.  What it means is that the entire system is corrupt, that’s all.  The systems that pertain to real estate are the lending system and the judicial system.  Both are corrupt in this transaction, otherwise we would have had solutions to this specific issue and I wouldn’t need to be writing this.  But, this is not the case, and I am sitting here writing.

You see,  in 1978, the CA Supreme Court issued a ruling in the Garfinkle v Superior Court for Contra Costa County, respondent being Wells Fargo Bank, specifically detailing the independence of the trustee in a deed of trust agreement.  The independence is what makes the deed of trust work.  They were clear on this, because the Trustee in the transaction is given the power of the court in the transaction.  The independence is what makes the “court” fair and just.

In CA, the process of foreclosing on a borrower is called a non-judicial foreclosure procedure.  The non-judicial foreclosure process was created in order to alleviate any burdens to the court system of any frivolous lawsuits and to help streamline the foreclosure process.  So, if the Superior Court was taken out of the foreclosure process, then another party needed to be reinstated to act as the court in order to conduct a fair and just foreclosure procedure.  So, as the “court” now being the trustee, which the CA Supreme Court ordered was to be independent to both the lender and the borrower in the real estate transaction, they are the rule of law.  It is their position to act independent of all parties and to make sure that both parties in the transaction follow the rules of law as it pertains to a deed of trust agreement.

These rules are outlined in the CA Civil Codes.  The Civil Codes create rules which dictate what is known as a Power of Sale clause that is in a deed of trust real estate agreement.  This rule is CA Civil Code 2924.  When the borrower defaults on the loan payments the Power of Sale becomes activated and the bank is able to begin the foreclosure process.  However, there are also a set of rules with which the lender must comply with.  They must comply each and every rule in order for the non-judicial foreclosure process to be done in accordance to the rule of law. If there is a rule that is missed or done incorrectly, it is the duty of the Trustee stop the foreclosure process.  It is then their duty as “the court” to make the banks comply with the certain code that they failed to comply with.  In other words, the foreclosure process must stop, the lender must make the efforts to comply with the rules of foreclosure and begin the foreclosure action again so that the lender then does in fact comply with all of the rules as they pertain to the foreclosure civil codes and rules of procedure.

So, if the bank doesn’t comply with the rules accordingly, the Trustee is able to stop the bank from wrongly foreclosing on the borrower.  One would think, but no.  It is this reason that people who have paid cash for their home are able to be foreclosed on.  It is for this reason that someone who is current on their mortgage can be foreclosed on.

You see, in the year 1996, the bank lobbyists wrote Senate Bill 1638.  It was brought to the table by then Republican Senator Ross Johnson and signed into law by then Republican Governor Pete Wilson.  This bill became enacted law on January 1, 1998, to amend CA Civil Code 2934a, which is part of the Power of Sale.  What was it that was in this bill that created every deed of trust to become VOID?

 SB 1638, Johnson.  Deeds of trust:  trustee substitution.
   Existing law sets forth the procedures for the substitution of
trustees under a deed of trust upon real property or an estate for
years therein.
   This bill would, as an alternative procedure, set forth the
procedures for the substitution of trustees under a deed of trust
upon real property or an estate for years, given to secure an
obligation to pay money, by the beneficiary or beneficiaries under
the trust deed who hold more than 50% of the record beneficial
interest of a series of notes secured by the same real property or of
undivided interests in a note secured by real property equivalent to
a series transaction.  The bill would also establish a process
through which all of the beneficiaries under a trust deed can agree
to be governed by beneficiaries holding more than 50% of the  record
beneficial interest of a series of notes in real property or
interests in a note equivalent to a series transaction, as specified.
  In order to substitute trustees or agree to be governed by the
majority interest holders, all parties to the transaction would be
required to sign and record a document containing specified
information.

So, as an alternative procedure, the new law set forth the procedures for the substitution of trustee under a deed of trust upon real property.  So, this new law pertains to the party (beneficiary) or beneficiaries under the deed of trust who hold more than a 50% control of the record beneficial interest of the note or a series of notes secured by the property.  In other words, this new law allows the beneficiary to be the party to dictate the substitution of a trustee under a deed of trust.  It goes on to state that in order to substitute a trustee that all parties to the transaction would be required to sign and record a document containing specified information.

Let’s tear this apart.

If the bank is the beneficiary, which in many cases is so, then this gives the bank the power to substitute a new trustee.  So, this means that if an original or other substituted trustee is not allowing the bank to perform illegal actions against the borrower, this law gives the bank the right to substitute to a trustee who will allow the bank to perform illegal actions on behalf of the bank in order to wrongly foreclose on someone.  It also means that every borrower must be a party to sign the substituted trustee when the bank is attempting to do this action.

Now, let’s tear this apart further.

If a bank chooses to foreclose on a borrower who is current on their mortgage and the Trustee is not allowing the bank to file the necessary fraudulent documents into the court, or the County Recorder’s Office, because the bank is unable to prove that the borrower has defaulted on their obligation, then the new law has now given the bank the right to change that Trustee to a party who will comply with the illegal activities of the bank who is choosing to illegally foreclose on someone.  So, let’s take this a bit further.  If someone has paid cash for their home and the bank’s computer spits out an address through their foreclosure software, or a human being puts in an address 222 instead of an 888 into the address of the party to be foreclosed, and there is no independent trustee to put a stop to the wrongdoing, then the wrong home will be foreclosed on.

So, when the bank offers the borrower a deed of trust agreement in the real estate transaction, it would be only natural for you as a borrower to assume that there is an independent Trustee that is in the transaction to make sure that the bank complies with all of the appropriate rules and regulations of the foreclosure process in order to protect your title, your home, your asset. The fact that the bank does not inform the borrower that they know that they can replace a Trustee who acts in the interests of the bank, and holds no interest to act on behalf of the borrower in order to protect the borrower’s title, is fraud.  Because this is fraud, the contract is VOID.

Would you sign a real estate contract if the bank, or realtor, told you that the trustee will not act on your behalf and will not protect your title if the bank were to decide to foreclose on you whether you defaulted, or whether you were current on your payments?  No, nobody would.

The courts have also allowed, because of this rule, the banks the ability to substitute the trustee in all deed of trust real estate transactions for decades.  They have also allowed this action to take place without the borrower’s signature, as it was outlined in the new law, as well as, the Statute of Frauds rule dating back to 1677.

The Trustee is a strawman.  Black’s Law Dictionary defines a strawman as a third party used as a cover in illegal or shady deals; a weak or flawed person with no standing.  So, if the banks know that they have the power to create a strawman for a trustee then there is in fact no independent trustee in the transaction as it was defined by the CA Supreme Court in 1978.

So, the law states that there is to be an independent party, named Trustee, in a deed of trust agreement.  But, the banks have the power to substitute a new trustee.  The courts have allowed the banks to levy this power without the borrower’s signature since 1998.

So, it is very clear that every deed of trust contract agreement that has been signed since the year 1998 is fraudulent.

How did I find this out?

When the very first documents in my non-judicial foreclosure action had incorrect information in them allowing Wells Fargo bank to quickly and illegally foreclose on me, I began to look into the computer archives at the county recorder’s office for a legitimate deed of trust agreement and a legitimate Substituted Trustee that was signed by all parties involved in the transaction, as the 1996 law stated was to be the case, I had to go back into the archives to the year 1997.  It was only then when I began to look into why.

When I began to understand the gravity of this specific issue, I realized that this was the needle in the haystack that no one is talking about.

When I formulated my argument in the court for the 4th Amended Complaint, Judge McGuiness of Superior Court in Alameda County looked me straight in the eyes and told me he understands what I am trying to state.  That he now fully understands my argument. He stated that he gets my points of fact and he would need to take this into consideration.

Why didn’t he simply rule on my case then?  Because the courtroom was filled with people.  Because it would become precedent and common knowledge that all deeds of trust, in CA, were fraudulent and illegal and VOID.  Since 1998…This would have created a situation that would have made every real estate contract either go into litigation and become VOID dating back to 1998, or certainly some other repercussion that was to be measured only as astronomical in our capitalistic paradigm.  But, I believed it is necessary for us to make these type of changes since the entire system is actually based on fraud.  And this is only the beginning.

My case was immediately dismissed and my court files were quickly silenced.

 

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