NEW JERSEY JUDGE DISMISSES FORECLOSURE FILED BY US BANK AS TRUSTEE FOR A SECURITIZED MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST DUE TO REPEATED VIOLATIONS OF COURT ORDERS COMPELLING SECURITIZATION DISCOVERY

May 11, 2012

A Morris County, New Jersey Judge has today dismissed a foreclosure filed by US Bank as the claimed “trustee” of a securitized mortgage loan trust for its repeated failure to comply with Court Management Orders compelling securitization discovery, including producing a witness of US Bank as Trustee for deposition. The Court has entered four (4) Management Orders compelling the discovery, all of which were not complied with by US Bank. The Order of Dismissal recites the deficiencies of US Bank as to the subject discovery.

The homeowners are represented by Jeff Barnes, Esq. and local NJ counsel Dan Schmutter, Esq. Today’s dismissal is yet another in a string of dismissals which have been entered on Motion of Mr. Barnes and his local counsel for the foreclosing Plaintiff’s refusal to comply with discovery. Previous dismissals have been entered in Atlantic, Glouster, and Monmouth counties, with Morris County being added today.

Jeff Barnes, Esq., www.ForeclosureDefenseNationwide.com

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