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No win no fee mortgage securitisation claims.

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Desperation from a various unemployed legally type:

'Legal Quest was founded by two Senior Chartered Loss Adjusters - Peter Goth (FCILA ACII) and Stephen Swain (FNAILA AAII), along with a former city of London Solicitor, Nicholas Chadwyck-Healey (LL.B. Hons). The founders, together with Muhammad Wasim (B.SC. Hons) who joined Legal Quest in February 2016 as the IT Director, and Martin D. Block (LL.B. Hons), a practicing solicitor, joining Legal Quest in August 2016 as the second Legal Director, have a wealth of experience in the insurance and legal professions, spanning many decades.

 

Having concluded 11 years’ due diligence and extensive research and with over £1,000,000 invested by the founders in time and money, we conclude that a major error had been made by the banking sector. We believe that the errors discovered may entitle the majority of UK mortgage holders to dispute the validity of their mortgage if it has been sold, transferred or assigned under Mortgage Securitisation.

 

We decided to make our findings ‘public’ in 2014 and the Legal Quest Mortgage Challenge was launched. Over the past few years our research has further confirmed our findings resulting in this new arena of Mortgage Securitisation Claims (MSC). Using our wealth of knowledge and the latest information processing technology we are able deliver a legal review of your mortgage in a timely and cost-effective manner.

 

Since our inception, we have been able to obtain full authorisation of the four main regulatory bodies and are regulated by the Claims Management Regulator (CMR) in respect of regulated claims management activities under CMR No. 42379, are further regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in respect of insurance mediation activities under FCA No. 739402, with the outsourcing of all direct legal aspects are regulated via our Legal Director Martin D. Block, who is registered as a practising solicitor with the Solicitor Regulatory Authority under SRA No. 118413, as well as the firm being considered a Commercial & Industry body under SRA No. 634028 and, finally are registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) in respect of Data Protection matters under Reg. No. ZA085182'

At best its ana atempt to shake some money out f the banks.

I doubt itll work.

AFAIK the rules of legal/mortgage title are pretty clear and will have been followed.

These are idiots wo are trying something that worked n the US in 2008 and chaning it in the UK.

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/09039476/officers

These are not high end commerical lawyers who set up the unk of MBS.

 

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I think this sort of stuff is up there with "freeman on the land" type arguments.  Debts are assignable, The "charge" at the land registry is still in the original name of the bank who if they have securitized the loan are in effect just acting as a security trustee. All above board, likely mentioned in the original agreement in some format. 

Desperate people will come up with wild stories about why debts aren't "real", Charlatans will sell these desperate people false hope that they can "wipe out" the debt on some technicality. 

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4 hours ago, Council estate capitalist said:

I think this sort of stuff is up there with "freeman on the land" type arguments.  Debts are assignable, The "charge" at the land registry is still in the original name of the bank who if they have securitized the loan are in effect just acting as a security trustee. All above board, likely mentioned in the original agreement in some format. 

Desperate people will come up with wild stories about why debts aren't "real", Charlatans will sell these desperate people false hope that they can "wipe out" the debt on some technicality. 

Yeah. Its come from the gogo junk years in the US where a lot of the debts were not following the correct legal process.

UK is different. Volumes were never there and banks had imprioved their back office post endowments.

And - important - a lot of mortgages were sold via brokers i..e paid liars. The come back then is the broker not the bank. And the mortgagee better not have lied on the mortgage app.

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I would advise, at least, listening to the entire Renegade Inc interview in full.

On appeal, Carlin says the case was "struck out" in his favor on the grounds that the bank had initially lied by saying the mortgage had not been securitised. Carlin presented evidence to the contrary, obtained under the FIA, which proved his mortgage account had been settled, in full, by a third party. 

Apparently, Carlin then went on the offensive and compelled the judge to request evidence of the loan from Santander using primary legislation - 1871 bankers book of evidence. The judge adjourned the case for three months before the next hearing when he then ruled in the bank's favor. Carlin then attempted to arrest the judge on five separate allegations.

What happened then is rather suspect. Carlin was arrested for assault. He was taken to custody suite but not interviewed by the police but by the police ombudsmen instead. He claims they did this as there would be no obligation to investigate his own claims. The judge that Carlin attempted to arrests actually tried Carlin in the trial that followed an jailed him for three months.

Make of it what you will but please don't jump to conclusions without looking at what is being presented.

Full interview

https://www.rt.com/shows/renegade-inc/441255-cop-judge-arrest-law/

It's worth noting that the case, Santander vs Carlin, is ongoing.

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14 minutes ago, dom said:

I would advise, at least, listening to the entire Renegade Inc interview in full.

On appeal, Carlin says the case was "struck out" in his favor on the grounds that the bank had initially lied by saying the mortgage had not been securitised. Carlin presented evidence to the contrary, obtainedy under the FIA, which proved his mortgage account had been settled, in full, by a third party. 

Apparently, Carlin then went on the offensive and compelled the judge to request evidence of the loan from Santander using primary legislation - 1871 bankers book of evidence. The judge adjourned the case for three months before the next hearing when he then ruled in the bank's favor. Carlin then attempted to arrest the judge on five separate allegations.

What happened then is rather suspect. Carlin was arrested for assault. He was taken to custody suite but not interviewed by the police but by the police ombudsmen instead. He claims they did this as there would be no obligation to investigate his own claims. The judge that Carlin attempted to arrests actually tried Carlin in the trial that followed an jailed him for three months.

Make of it what you will but please don't jump to conclusions without looking at what is being presented.

Full interview

https://www.rt.com/shows/renegade-inc/441255-cop-judge-arrest-law/

It's worth noting that the case, Santander vs Carlin, is ongoing.

I cant remember Rumpole every trying that approach.

 

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