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Lack of Standing = Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction

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Hello folks, and thank you for joining me for an exciting episode of the ADR-NOW! Internet Radio Webinar.  I am your host, Anthony Johnson.

In this Webinar, we will explore how once a homeowner can uncover the fact that a Plaintiff has a lack of standing to bring a foreclosure action, the court will then have a lack of jurisdiction over the subject matter. 

Remember, any assignments or indorsements of a note must be effectuated BEFORE the foreclosure is filed because the Plaintiff must have standing at that time.  STANDING CANNOT BE ACQUIRED AFTER THE FORECLOSURE SUIT IS FILED.

What a homeowner would need to do is show that the complaint fails to join the loan originator and the loan servicers, and also fails to adequately show the chain of title demonstrating that Plaintiff is in fact the real party in interest with standing to bring the foreclosure action. 

Once that is accomplished, a homeowner may conclude that a court lacks jurisdiction over the subject matter because it appears on the face of the complaint that someone other than the Plaintiff is the true owner of the claim sued upon at the time the foreclosure action was commenced and that Plaintiff is not the real party in interest and is not shown to be authorized to bring the action in foreclosure.

It's that simple!  For more information on how to uncover the evidence to show lack of standing via improper chain of title, contact A. Johnson & Associates, LLC at 888-502-0586, or www.adr-now.com.

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