Recently the Federal electeds passed 3808 to facilitate the foreclosure process. While vetoed by the President, were it to have passed we could expect a wave of notarized fraud that would have inundated the foreclosure process. Banks would use the notaries of the state furthest away from foreclosed property to make it virtually impossible to investigate and question a document’s validity. We have to work locally to protect our citizens from fraud. The federal government works for the banksters and Wall Street.
A properly run open court process can go a long way in bringing some much needed trust by transparency to government. What incentive does the banks’ attorneys have to engage in fraud if they have the prospect of losing their standing with the Board of Bar Overseers? Isn’t the proper function of government to protect the people? Why not start in Massachusetts?
(I can’t help but remember that before the government got involved in real estate, the Boston Globe might have a foreclosure tombstone maybe every six months. Now the legal pages are full of them.)