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Affirmative Defenses During Foreclosure Trial

Discussion in 'Foreclosure, Repossession, Auctions, Short Sales' started by JasonForclosure, Nov 12, 2008.

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  1. JasonForclosure

    JasonForclosure Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My jurisdiction is: All State

    Use Accord and Satisfaction (a.k.a. Payment)


    Payment is the defense to any foreclosure action, but it becomes much more
    effective when you can actually prove that payments were made. Copies of canceled
    checks are always of help and should be attached to you answer and labeled as Exhibits.
    A foreclosure claim must be discharged if the person against whom the claim is asserted
    can prove that payment was made to the lender and accepted by the lender with no
    dispute. If the bank has continued to accept your payments, they don’t have the right to
    foreclose on your home for not paying.

    That's one tip, I was wondering if i could get your feedback. Im putting together a new course for homeowner's call "How to Stop Foreclosure NOW,"
    I really love you feedback on whats your #1 question is related to foreclosure as a homeowner.

    To say "thank you" for helping me out, you'll get a copy of new course before we release in into the market.(should be ready in a few weeks). This course will sell for between $79-$99, but ill share it with you for free just for giving me feedback.

    Its quick and only takes 1 minute. You can type your question here:

    homelock (.) blinkweb (.) com (just put before the site "http")

    Thanks in advance

    Jason
     

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