HAWAII PRO SE PLAINTIFFS BEAT BONY’S MOTION TO DISMISS!

Hawaii Pro Se Plaintiffs Melvin Keakaku Amina and Donna Mae Amina won a big round #1 admirably defeating Defendant BONY’s Motion for Summary Judgment.

In a Second Amended Verified Complaint filed against the Bank of New York Mellon (“BONY”), fka The Bank of New York and U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for J.P. Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust 2006~WMC2 to Quiet Title, Hawaii Pro Se Plaintiffs Melvin Keakaku Amina and Donna Mae Amina won a big round #1 admirably defeating Defendant BONY’s Motion for Summary Judgment. The case, CIVIL NO. 11-00714 JMS/BMK, was originally filed on November 28, 2011 in Hawaii U.S. District Court and heard by the Honorable Judge J. Michael Seabright.

Judge Seabright, a former prosecutor, determined in his Order of April 3,2013 that a letter provided as supporting evidence by BONY asserting that “[y]our loan was sold to a public security managed by The Bank of New York and may include a number of investors. As the servicer of your loan, Chase is authorized to handle any related concerns on their behalf” did “not establish that Plaintiffs’ mortgage loan was sold into a public security, much less a public security managed by BONY and for which U.S. Bank is the trustee. Nor does the PSA establish that it governs Plaintiffs’ mortgage loans. As a result, Defendants have failed to carry their initial burden on summary judgment of showing that there is no genuine issue of material fact that Defendants may foreclose on the subject property. See [PDF Order], pages 8-9. Read the entire blog posting at Deadly Clear

 

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