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Bourbon County Lawsuit Makes National Mortgage Website

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Today a story on housingwire.com about class action lawsuits against Lender Processing Service, Inc, (LPS) makes reference to a case filed in Bourbon County, Kentucky involving the counter-suit in a residential foreclosure.  That case, Wells Fargo v. Sexton, pending before Division II of the Bourbon Circuit Court, involves the foreclosure and foreclosure processes involved with the Sexton’s home.  For the last two years the Sexton’s have faced foreclosure by a trust that does not exist.  The Sextons are  represented by Nick Wooten, lead counsel of  all the cases listed in the housingwire article, and Brian Canupp, attorney and some time blogger.

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  • Andrew Pelt

    While I agree with the points in Bourbon County Lawsuit Makes National Mortgage Website | KY Consumer Law Group , I think the positive sentiment around today is a result of a false set of circumstances. The demand for consumer finance is still weak and there is no improvement in the housing sector. The developed countries are surviving on their governments ability to just borrow and spend into their countries which is difficult to maintain. Regards, Andrew Pelt.

    • 1:04 pm - June 1, 2011

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