Monthly Archives: December 2011

Responding to Their Motion to Dismiss

Well, it took a little while and a little effort, but today I finished my response to the banks’ Motion to Dismiss.  You can see a copy here.  I’ve also moved all of the major filings to an easy-to-access directory … Continue reading

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Goose Eggs on the Legal Research

While I’ve found great research supporting most of my case in the PACER system, Cause of Action #10 is still lacking.  The law firm that I contracted with in India responded that they couldn’t find any case law to support … Continue reading

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Legal Research Time

Now that I’ve had a chance to review Bank of America and Mellon Bank’s joint Motion to Dismiss, I need to work on my reply.  Since most of my allegations have previously been made by other litigants, my research begins … Continue reading

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SMR Dismissed From Lawsuit

Today it’s official.  Shuping, Morse & Ross, the law firm who had attempted to foreclose on our home, was released from the suit as agreed to by mutual assent of the parties.  Now it’s just the Bank of America and … Continue reading

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Say It Isn’t So

I’ve now had a chance to look through other court cases involving Bank of America filed in the same court district as my case.  As I had done before, whenever I see a case that looks similar to mine, where … Continue reading

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Welcome to Federal Court

By now, I have received printed copies of all of the Defendant’s filings, as well as a document titled “Notice to Pro Se Parties” issued by the local federal court.  In this document, the court acknowledges our right to proceed … Continue reading

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The Banks Respond

Today, the banks filed their formal reply to my complaint, which included three motions: Motion to Dismiss Motion to Exceed Page Limitation Motion to Stay In their Motion to Dismiss, they alleged, in part, that the Plaintiffs used a “shotgun” … Continue reading

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More Delays?

Over the last couple of days, I’ve had multiple phone calls and email exchanges with both law firms.  The firm representing Shuping, Morse & Ross (SMR) has provided the draft motion, written documentation and assurances required to release them from … Continue reading

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Another Demand Letter

Since the draft documents to remove Shuping, Morse and Ross did not include written verification that our pending foreclosure had been cancelled, and since I only had 30 days to respond the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act notice, I needed … Continue reading

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And The Delays Begin

With less than a week until our first hearing, today I received the draft motion to remove Shuping, Morse and Ross from the lawsuit.  Unfortunately, it did not include the required documentation that the pending foreclosure action had been cancelled. … Continue reading

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