Real Property Lawyer Wins Client a Right to Trial on HAMP Violation Claim
A real property lawyer filed a case to protect his client against a bank foreclosure action. The homeowner lost the right to a trial on motion in the trial court. The Real property lawyer appealed the case for the homeowner.
On August 8th, 2013, the 9th Circuit overturned the dismissal of a HAMP violation claim. The court held that under the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) the bank was contractually required to offer the homeowner a permanent mortgage modification after the homeowner complied with the banks Trial Period Plan (TPP). The court held the homeowners complaint sufficient because they showed that the bank accepted and retained the payments demanded under the TPP, event though the bank failed to offer or notify the homeowner they were entitled to the modification as required by the TPP.
Corvello v. Wells Fargo Bank, NA doing business as America’s Servicing Company, Doing business as Wells Fargo Home Mortgage can be found here.
If you are an Alaskan homeowner, or a realtor with a homeowner listing, in default on a home mortgage or have recently received a notice of foreclosure and would like a Real Property Lawyer to help you consider your options give us a call at 907-375-9226 for an appointment.
Posted on: 10 August 2013, by : Clayton Walker