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Mojo - January 2014
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/01/jpmorgan-jamie-dimon-raise-regulators%20-%20?page=1&page%3D1%26page%253D1%3D=
Mojo - January 2014 This week, the FBI and Department of Justice busted a Washington, DC-based political consultant and an ex-detective turned private security contractor in a money-in-politics scandal seemingly ripped from the pages of All the President's Men. According

The "Law of the Land," Mr. Speaker?
http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2014/01/24/the_law_of_the_land_mr_speaker
I've already been informed by my insurance company as of August 1st I will be a nonrenewable policy. And the majority of families out there, middle class America, are going week to week, paycheck to paycheck, they've got mortgage payments, car payments

Washington County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes – Jan. 21
http://www.kndyradio.com/2014/01/22/washington-county-board-of-commissioners-meeting-minutes-jan-21/
Members present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Dimler, County Clerk, was present To sign Resolution 01-14 urging the

Major Milestone Reached For The Avenue
http://www.chesterfieldpost.co.uk/news/local/localnews_00000586.html
Major Milestone Reached For The Avenue "NOTHING'S IMPOSSIBLE!" CHESTERFIELD BACKS SMALL BUSINESSES - Chesterfield was today the latest destination on a nationwide bus tour to promote the UK's first ever 'Small Business Saturday' on Saturday December 7th. LOCAL LANDLORDS FACE MORTGAGE

Identity Theft - 1st Mariner Mortgage

1st Mariner Mortgage loan specialist Denise DeCarolis explains the facts of identify theft including tips on how to prevent identity theft and ...

Mawer Investment Newsletter —nd Quarter —…–6

Market Overview

The second quarter of 2016 was dominated by the buildup and final tally of the referendum vote heard across the world—Brexit. On June 23rd, the United Kingdom surprised many by voting to leave the European Union, with the ‘Leave’ camp securing 51.9% of the vote versus 48.1% for ‘Remain’. The British pound and world equities fell in reaction, while government bonds rallied along with other safe haven assets such as gold, the US dollar and the Japanese yen. David Cameron resigned as UK Prime Minister and will be replaced by Theresa May. Although it is too early to appreciate what the full impact of Britain leaving the EU will be, economic conditions in the UK and around the globe may be challenged and unsettled, at least in the short term.

The decline in global equity markets following the referendum result was immediate and widespread. The MSCI World Index (C$) shed 4.6% in the two days following the referendum, but was followed by a recovery of 4.2% to quarter end. Once the dust settled, the MSCI World Index (C$) returned 1.4% during the quarter.

Illinois App. Court (2nd Dist) Holds Defect in Summons Voids Foreclosure

A copy of the opinion is available at:   Link to Opinion .

In 1997, the defendant borrowers executed a mortgage and note against their rental property. The mortgage conveyed a lien interest in the property as security for the note to the first mortgagee. This first mortgage was recorded.

On Jan. 28, 2005, the defendant-borrowers executed a second mortgage and note against the property. The mortgagee was Mortgage Electronic Systems, Inc. (MERS). The second mortgage was recorded.

On June 9, 2006, the defendant-borrowers executed a third mortgage and note against the property. This mortgage conveyed a lien interest to the first mortgagee. The third mortgage was recorded.

In January 2009, the first mortgagee filed a foreclosure complaint and issued summons on the registered agent of a non-existent entity, but apparently intending to name the second mortgagee. The trial court entered a default judgment in favor of the first mortgagee in the foreclosure action.

Not on 1st or 2nd mortgage, not on title, not on any note, on security deed w/2nd mtg, am I liable or my ex?

My name only appears on the securtiy deed that the 2nd mortgage holder has. Don't even remember signing it or why I would have. My ex is on everything . . . am I still responsible?


It depends on when he bought the home.....were you already married?


AND....

Do you live in a community property state? If you do, then yes, community property includes homes.