Utah Homeowner Wins Lawsuit Against Bank of America in Illegal Foreclosure Action
Originally posted on Justice League:
(St. George, UT) – Utah Fifth District Judge Jeffrey Wilcox listened to Sam Adamson tell his story on the witness stand about the illegal foreclosure conducted on his home by ReconTrust Company over four years ago. After taking the case under advisement Judge Wilcox issued a ruling stating that the foreclosure sale on Adamson’s home was void and never happened. “Judge Wilcox listened to all of the testimony and carefully reviewed case law and made the appropriate ruling,” Attorney John Christian Barlow, who represents the Adamsons, told KCSG news.
This ruling is significant because it renders ReconTrust foreclosure action invalid as if it never happened. For years Utah homeowners have battled Bank of America (NYSE: “BAC”) and its subsidiary ReconTrust Company over the validity of the bank’s foreclosure actions in Utah, Barlow said.
Utah Judge Invalidates ReconTrust's Foreclosure, Offering Relief to Homeowners
In a significant legal victory for homeowners in Utah, Utah Fifth District Judge Jeffrey Wilcox recently ruled that the foreclosure conducted by ReconTrust Company on Sam Adamson's home over four years ago was illegal and void. The judge carefully considered the testimony presented by Adamson and reviewed relevant case law before issuing his ruling. Attorney John Christian Barlow, who represents the Adamsons, expressed his satisfaction with the ruling, stating that Judge Wilcox made the appropriate decision based on the evidence presented.
The ruling holds immense importance as it effectively renders ReconTrust's foreclosure action invalid, treating it as if it never happened. This decision has far-reaching implications for countless Utah homeowners who have been engaged in a long-standing battle against Bank of America (NYSE: "BAC") and its subsidiary, ReconTrust Company, regarding the legitimacy of the bank's foreclosure actions in the state.
ReconTrust Company, as a subsidiary of Bank of America, has been involved in numerous foreclosure cases, raising concerns and disputes among homeowners who believe that their foreclosure proceedings were unlawful. The ruling in the Adamson case provides hope for these homeowners, as it sets a precedent for challenging the validity of ReconTrust's foreclosure actions.
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In light of Judge Wilcox's ruling, homeowners who have experienced foreclosure actions by ReconTrust Company can take solace in the fact that there are resources available to fight back against potential fraud and wrongful actions. With the support of organizations like FRAUD STOPPERS and qualified legal professionals, borrowers can assert their rights and seek justice in the face of unjust foreclosure proceedings.
It is important for homeowners to be proactive and assertive when it comes to protecting their homes and challenging questionable foreclosure actions. Seeking the assistance of organizations like FRAUD STOPPERS can provide homeowners with the necessary tools and expertise to navigate the complex legal landscape and increase their chances of a successful outcome.
In conclusion, the recent ruling by Utah Fifth District Judge Jeffrey Wilcox declaring ReconTrust Company's foreclosure sale on Sam Adamson's home as void and invalid brings hope to homeowners facing similar circumstances. The ruling serves as a reminder of the importance of fighting against mortgage fraud and wrongful foreclosures. By utilizing the services of organizations like FRAUD STOPPERS and seeking competent legal representation, borrowers can stand up for their rights and work towards a fair resolution.
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