Yes, he abandoned it, I even have the transcripts where he laughs at me and says "never sue a bank they have the money to defend it and you dont." etc.
But he filed a motion to reopen saying I undervalued it! and committed fraud.
In 2011 the case was worth nothing! I lost.
right, he had over three months and decided to abandon it and now he wants it!
any case law I can site?
He is claiming I misled the court about the potential, but at the time, I was still in my home. The lawsuit is about being wrongfully foreclosed on.
I am not an atty- is there case law I can find about him abandoning it and it was his responsibilty to value the case?
a lot has happened in the last 5 years regarding fraud, robo signing, and wrongful foreclosure, I could not have predicted that
I am trying to find how to support my argument to the court next week... having a hard time finding the rules... I did list it as a potential asset....
ok- will research that thanks!
gotta go! thanks
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