US Bank Loses Again in Massachusetts Highest Court

This time, a third party purchaser “bought” a property at foreclosure sale but US Bank did not have title to give.  When the purchaser sought to try title, and extinguish any claims of the original mortgagor, he lacked standing. He was not a bona fide purchaser for value either, because there was no assignment of record to US Bank at the time of the purported sale.

Bevilacqua v Gonzalez, decision here: bevilaqua

Earlier, we posted an amicus curiae brief that Professor Levitin wrote for this case.


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