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|User Info||Louisiana Has Had Enough (MERS); entered at 2012-04-19 11:08:03|
Registered: 2009-10-12 UK
Just had a more detailed look at the filing. As I said in my earlier post, the whole thing in Louisiana wouldnt have worked anyway if judges had enforced the law. The irony appears to be, if I understand these legal documents correctly, is that the judges are party to the suing of the banks?|
And yet it is the judges who enabled this rampant law breaking in the first place.
Is a person who lost their home allowed to sue a judge for that loss for failing to uphold the law?