According to Attorney Sirak, these (homes purchased or refinanced in 2001-2008) are homes that have been packaged and sold as mortgage backed securities (MBS). Once the name of the trust which the mortgage is in is known, this information along with other documents are used in the lawsuit as self-authenticating to show that: none of the following entities are entitled to bring a foreclosure action against the property: neither the trustee bank, MERS, nor the Servicer of the mortgage.
However, it is critical that the homeowner not wait until their home has been sold in a trustee sale or auctioned. Once the homeowner has lost possession of legally owning their home, they can no longer pursue a “Quiet Title” action. Attorney Sirak’s website lists testimonials from his clients who are currently fighting for a Quiet Title action or have already done so. These clients are from several different states across the United States and are very pleased with their attorney’s performance. One client, states that he has already reached a settlement with his bank and he is very satisfied with the outcome.
Attorney Norman Sirak, once fought successfully for civil rights of 3500 prisoners in the state of Ohio. This Landmark class action Case was finally won in the U.S. Supreme Court. Now Attorney Norman Sirak has transferred those same stellar skills to helping homeowners to Challenge the Foreclosures on their homes.
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Attorney Norman Sirak successfully won a landmark Class Action Lawsuit for 3,500 prisoners in Ohio, with the US Supreme Court. Today, he is fighting for homeowners who purchased or refinanced their homes from 2001-2008. Call Norman Today: 330 478 1100.