Can Homeowners Win Foreclosure Cases?

This is an excerpt from an article in the East Bay Express by By Darwin BondGraham, with the full article at the title link: Are Foreclosure Cases Rigged?   The Gaines case was one of thousands of similar losses by California homeowners in state courts during the past several years. The legal setbacks have demoralized homeowners and […]

Arizona Court of Appeals Refuses to Further Widen the Death Squeeze of the 33-811(C) Waiver of Claims and Defenses to Trustee’s Sales

In Morgan AZ Financial, LLC v Gotses, the Arizona Appellate Court reversed a summary judgment for the “lender,” holding that common-law defenses to a borrower’s liability on the note survive the trustee’s sale, despite the “waiver” provisions of ARS 33-811(c). This is good news for borrowers who are facing deficiency actions because they aren’t covered by […]