Is the UCC your Key?
A mortgage is a consensual lien placed by the home owner, mortgagor, on the property being financed to secure the debt in favor of the lender/mortgagee.
The debt is created by signing the promissory note. This is governed by Article 3 of the UCC.
The common law maxim, “security follows the debt,” means that whoever is the current holder of the promissory note is entitled to enforce the mortgage lien.
After repeal of Glass Steagall mortgages were securitizedÂ ~ that is bundledÂ into packages andÂ put into trusts. Banks, newly enabled to invest, soldÂ stock in the trusts.
While supposedly careful with mortgages, banks were careless with the notes ~ many were destroyed, vast numbers disappeared in the financial collapse, following which rapacious predators were greedy for the equity people had built up in their homes.
The thing is, Article 3 of the UCC is clear and precise when it comes to mortgage note foreclosure, “Person entitled to enforce an instrument means (i) the holder of the instrument, (ii) a nonholder in possession of the insturment who has the rights of a holder, or (iii) a person not in possession of the instrument who is entitled to enforce the instrument pursuant to Section 3-3-9” which is about Lost Notes and the specific and very limited way that Lost Notes can be used in foreclosure.
Foreclosures, Notes and the UCCÂ ~ Read more.
Nerves v. Foreclosure ~ Read more.
The Angel of Divine Love Is Our Collective Conscious
I give foreclosures to the Angel of Divine Love.
I call on the Angel of Divine Love to enter the Wells Fargo organization.
The Angel of Divine Love now entersÂ each person connected to Wells Fargo.
Divine Love now Reigns Supreme.
Suicide and Foreclosure
Changing consciousness re foreclosures is vital.
Banks, to include Wells Fargo and Bank of America, should not feel comfortable denying homeowners due process and using fraud to foreclose.
The suicide rate among Americans in foreclosure has gone up 253%. Is that increaseÂ aÂ resultÂ of bankÂ fraud and deprivation of due process? If so, raising awareness re foreclosures will lower the suicide rate.
I say thisÂ as someone who tried to kill myself when my condo was foreclosed years ago. The worse part of the Â foreclosure was the injustice and corruption that I couldn’t do anything about. Not that I didn’t try.
That foreclosure resulted fromÂ IRS enforcing for a year I’d paid. IRS levied all my money, not leaving enough to buy an apple or a tortilla, despite the fact IÂ repeatedly sent IRS proof that I had paid.
Erroneous 1991 Levy for 1984 Taxes ~ Read more.
Homeowners in foreclosure are similarly up against injustice and corruption meted out by anÂ adversary far more powerful than them. How so? In most cases the bank has monetized the mortgage note for use in trading, swapping, and derivative profits, which ran into the Billions and more than covered the value of each mortgage.
The notes themselves were cumbersome, so banks didn’t keep track of them, or perhaps banksÂ destroyed them to save storage costs.Â In any case, the UCC requires the original note in a foreclosure action.
But how many homeowners are aware of this crucial UCC requirement? And how many courts sua sponte (of it’s own accord, spontaneously) enforced it when the foreclosing bank carefully omits reference to the original note in its foreclosure complaint.
Original Note Needed ~ Read more.
How can banks be soÂ powerful that they can ignore the UCC? Think of how Eric Holder, head of the United States Department of Justice, was formerly a Wells Fargo/Big Bank lawyer. Think of how Wells Fargo and the Big Banks have not been prosecuted with anything like a sincere effort to do justice.
Being in an unjust situation, and powerless, is extremely stressful. Not only does that kind of stress shorten telomeres at the ends of your nerves, it actually shortens your life, and that’s without suicide.
Experts say that suicides among homeowners in foreclosure are a result of feeling shame, hopelessness, and self blame. But, shouldn’t homeowners be blaming banks for fraud and in many cases deprivation of due process?
Your Nerves v. Foreclosure ~ Read more.
Stress Can Break You ~ Read more.
The more helpless you feel, the more you condemn yourself for being unable to do anything, the more you hurt your nerves and let the bank take not only your home, but your health and years of your life.
Looking at foreclosureÂ suicides from this perspective you can see the suicides are not without avoidableÂ causes.
AugmentingÂ these causes areÂ the news and people who are influenced by the news which blames homeowners exclusively for foreclosure,Â paying no attention to bank dishonesty, fraud, and denial of Due Process to which homeownersÂ have a right.
Understanding Due Process ~ Read more.
Calling on The Angel of Divine Love does two things: first, it focuses on something good rather than aÂ horrible, hopeless situation, and second, it counteracts the false impression given by the news, with the result that in actual fact homeowners are less alone and therefore less likely to feel totally hopeless.
That said, say the Angel of Divine Love affirmations a few times, periodically throughout the day.
If you are in foreclosure, as I am, it helps, and if you are not in foreclosure and are the kind of person who values life, you will be changing consciousness in a way that helps homeowners survive andÂ encourages banks to modify loans andÂ not deprive people of due process.
Suicide and Foreclosure ~ Read more.
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My Story and Helpful Links
Wells Fargo is once again trying to foreclose my home. This scares me because when Wells Fargo began this foreclosure it did not serve me. I was lucky that I found the foreclosure when I went to Case Lookup to find some dates relating to the foreclosure of my condo, which was done without a hearing although I had answered.
Serving a party to a lawsuit is basic due process. It is a Constitutional right, from the 5th Amendment to The United States Constitution. The 5th Amendment is a part of our Bill of Rights.
Understanding Due Process ~ Read more.
It is also basic due process to have a hearing if someone answers a complaint, but if a court decides not to do that, there’s very little that can be done, especially when only the damaged party objects.
Throughout the United States, Wells Fargo and Bank of America use fraud, dishonesty and the denial of the basic constitutional right to due process to makeÂ American families being homeless and gain control of their property.
The second reason Wells Fargo scares me is that sometime after I discovered the foreclosure it came about that the HAMP, Home Affordable Modification Program, was introduced. I immediately applied. In time Wells Fargo qualified me and sent me an offer to have a trial period. I accepted the offer and sent in my payment on time and in full. This was supposed to ensure my loan modification becoming permanent. But, Wells Fargo went back on its word and began trying harder than ever to foreclose my home.
Loan Modification Problems ~ Read more.
Hamp Letters ~ Read more.
Wells Fargo’s fraud, deceit and dishonesty scares me. It is very stressful to have a bank you trusted be so dishonest. Stress is very bad for nerves and for health, and I already have a lot more pain than I did just a month ago.
I will keep fighting the foreclosure of my home because I love my garden. I can’t go out places because I can’t walk very well, so my garden is the love of my life at this point. I love the bees, the wasps, the praying mantis, the lizard, ants, flowers, veggies I have in my meals every day, especially during the summer.
I am sure that Wells Fargo would change and be good, rather than bad, if there were enough people holding that thought. So, I’m calling on the Angel of Divine Love to spread awareness and bring Divine Love to Wells Fargo.
Call on the Angel of Divine Love to help all Americans who are up against the huge power of banks that have for all too longÂ gotten away with fraud and dishonesty. And, please will you share this page?
Image Credits ~ Garden Angel FlagÂ ~Â View site.
2 thoughts on “Angel Day 68-70”
im a vet but 8000 per yr does not get you a home when you have to spend more than you make now va wouldn’t so im content to exist with what i make and the life it leave to live thank you for the info and offer but sorry me and ownership of property is a not going to happen thing
You and I get about the same amount from Social Security. I couldn’t buy my home now. I bought it when I was a Realtor. Then IRS put me out of business enforcing for a year I’d paid. No one ever believes me, until they see the proof: http://www.barbed-wire-justice.com/erroneous-irs-levy-for-1984/
I’m doing these pages because there are so many people who lost homes they were renting as well as those who lost homes they were buying. People tend to feel really bad about it, and the news blaming them rather than the banks that tricked so many people and used fraud, only adds to the pain.
Thank you for writing.