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Sacramento Homeowner Uses HBOR to Save His Home

In Sese v. Wells Fargo Bank, Plaintiff Danilo Sese received a preliminary injunction to stop Wells Fargo from foreclosing his home. Case documents in Sese v. Wells Fargo Bank (Sacramento Super. Ct.): Sese Complaint Sese TRO Application Sese TRO Order Sese Motion for Preliminary Injunction Sese Preliminary Injunction Order Sese Motion for Attorneys Fees

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Center for Responsible Lending Publishes Dual Tracking Restrictions Chart

This chart offers a side-by-side comparison and analysis of how the National Mortgage Settlement, the California Homeowner Bill of Rights, and related rules from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have taken steps to eliminate the practice of dual tracking.

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California Homeowner Uses HBOR to Stop Dual Tracking

“Before, it was really in a bank’s discretion to stop a foreclosure sale or not, but now you can get the courts to force them to stop,” said Kent Qian, NHLP attorney, in an article in the Sacramento Bee. The article covers the story of Kevin Singh, one of the first homeowners to use the California Homeowner […]

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