• Renee Ramos Yamagishi

You know the truth is always simple. If you are legitimately owed money or property, you can prove



And evidence will bear that out. AND THIS TRUTH HAS EXACTLY BEEN BORNE OUT! Hear hear! In Taoufiq SEFFAR, Appellant, v. RESIDENTIAL CREDIT SOLUTIONS, INC., Appellee; the justices in Florida's higher court opined and ruled: "Appellant challenges a final judgment of foreclosure, claiming that the court erred in denying his motion for involuntary dismissal. He claimed that appellee did not prove standing to foreclose at the time suit was filed. We agree that the evidence is insufficient to show the plaintiff had standing and reverse. (e.s.)"

Garfield's commentary: "It is NOT enough to ALLEGE standing. They must PROVE it. Judges across the country are making mistakes with this simple concept. Standing to SUE is presumed if you allege (in words or by incorporation of exhibits) that you have it. Possession of the “original note” can be alleged but at trial the foreclosing party must PROVE (not argue) that (1) they have the original note and (2) they have the right to enforce it either because they own it or because they have been authorized by a person who owns it or a person who has the right to enforce it."

Good job your honors. Justice has been served.

Thanks again Neil! Keep it coming: https://livinglies.wordpress.com/2017/07/05/proof-of-standing-required-seffar-v-residential-credit-solutions-inc/


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