Category Archives: Debt Inversion

Turning debtors into creditors.

Quiet Title Actions Based Upon Expiration of Time to Foreclose

Six years after a mortgage is accelerated, the time to file a mortgage foreclosure action expires (with occasional exceptions). If the bank has not won a judgment of foreclosure and no mortgage foreclosure action is currently pending, the homeowner may file a quiet title action to discharge (remove) the mortgage lien from the property. When a homeowner wins quiet title, the property can be sold without paying the mortgage debt. The homeowner keeps the sales proceeds instead of the bank. Debt Inversion accomplished.
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How and Why Debt Inversion Works

The debt collection business relies on people not fighting back. If everyone put debt collectors to their proof as we do, they would all be forced out of business.
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New York Debt Collection Defense and Counterclaims

In New York, a debt collection action is neither simple nor cut-and-dried. If the collection action is properly contested, it is frequently possible to win the case and owe no money. It is sometimes possible to force the collector to pay money to you.
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