Foreclosure Proceeds Despite Affirmation Mandate Concern

, New York Law Journal

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A unanimous panel of the Second Department ruled yesterday that a bank can proceed with a foreclosure action in the face of Justice Thomas Whelan's comments questioning the validity of the affirmation, which requires attorneys to vouch for the accuracy of bank documents they submit.

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  • stanbsch

    Time and time again, in courts throughout the country, with or without local governmental efforts ( see e.g. CA,NY,MA) to protect the consumer against the rape and pillage of big banks (see e.g. JPMorganChase) and the corruption of their lawyers ( see e.g.FLA) the old line judiciary will fail to dispense equitable justice.See e.g. CT),

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