Maryland Foreclosure Defense Seminar For Attorneys

Posted on October 21, 2010. Filed under: Banking, Finance, Foreclosure Defense, Mortgage Audit, Mortgage Fraud, Mortgage Law, Predatory Lending, Securitization, Truth in Lending Act |

If you are a Maryland lawyer looking to get into the foreclosure defense field, or a practicing lawyer already handling cases in

this area, this seminar should be of significant value to you.

Learn the latest tips, tricks and strategies; and obtain copies of foreclosure materials used against lenders and servicers by

experts in the field. The goal of this seminar is to help you better understand the legal issues facing your clients, and help you more

effectively advocate on their behalf.

The seminar will cover the following topics:

  • How to Scrutinize Loan Documents for RESPA and TILA Compliance Violations
  • Loan Rescission under the Truth in Lending Act
  • How to Detect a Predatory Loan
  • Understanding the Mortgage Securitization Process
  • Securitization Parties and the Requisite Chain of Title
  • Credit Default Swaps
  • Everything You Need to Know about Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems (MERS)
  • Detecting Fraudulent Assignments of Mortgage/Deed of Trust
  • Detecting False Affidavits of Note Ownership or Lost Note
  • How to Spot a False and/or Defective Allonge
  • Produce the Note Theory

Cost: $1,495.00 ($1,349.00 if reserved before November 1, 2010)

Location: Rockville

Date: Friday November 12, 2010

Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

For reservations contact: dean@lenderaudits.com


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