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Submit a Comment filed by: Robertover 2 years ago
I am aware of the federal case "Dowers v. Nationstar," and the ruling concerning section 1692f(6) of the FDCPA, regulating all non-judicial foreclosure activity in CA. I have a clear-cut case where the entity enforcing the security instrument through a non-judicial foreclosure credit-bid is not the creditor of record nor the original lender. Does "Rosenthal" provide a similar section and ruling against such illegal debt-collection? Best, Robert!
Submit a Comment filed by: Keithover 4 years ago
I live In Alabama and saw an online add for a law firm in California claiming to be able to help me out of a timeshare in. I live In Alabama and saw an online add for a law firm in California claiming to be able to help me out of a timeshare in Nevada but I think the company is based in Florida and the lawyer is willing to take case but wants to use the California Rosenthal Act, could this affect my credit!