Mortgage lenders network liquidating trust
Mitchell Sonkin, Chairman of the Board stated, "We are pleased that the Trust has been able to achieve the settlements that we are reporting today.The Trust intends to continue to vigorously pursue other pending correspondent lender actions in order to maximize recoveries for unitholders." For a full list of the correspondent banks and mortgage companies against whom the Trust has brought legal action, please refer to the Trust web site at and click on the litigation tab.
Maine Rule of Civil 56 requires that motions for and opposition to summary judgment must be supported by separate, short, and concise statements of material facts.
The record evidence cited must be "of a quality that could be admissible at trial." Levine v. Plaintiff may have an argument that document it relies upon may be admissible under a hearsay exception or self-authenticating, but Plaintiff has not responded to Mr.
Second, the court agrees with Defendant Michael Schwartz that the Plaintiff has not shown, through admissible evidence, that it is entitled to summary judgment.
Schwartz acknowledges signing a mortgage with MLNUSA. A., as successor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, L. to Nationstar Mortgage, LLC in 2013• by Nationstar Mortgage, LLC to the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) in 2016• from FNMA to Plaintiff in January 2017.
According to an attachment to Plaintiff's Motion, MLNUSA was the debtor in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case in Delaware. In his affidavit submitted in response to the Motion, Mr.
About the Res Cap Liquidating Trust The Res Cap Liquidating Trust was established under the Second Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Residential Capital, LLC et al.