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Wells Fargo can’t keep alleged bogus foreclosure manual out of court

Wells Fargo can’t keep alleged bogus foreclosure manual out of court

A New York judge ruled that Wells Fargo (WFC) can’t keep its Home Mortgage Foreclosure Attorney Procedure Manual out of a lawsuit in federal court.  

U.S. Judge Allan Gropper agreed to allow the 150-page manual – a copy of which was obtained by plaintiff’s attorney – into a lawsuit being brought on behalf of a homeowner by attorney Linda Tirelli against Wells Fargo, the largest mortgage servicer in the United States.

The case is an objection to foreclosure claims in bankruptcy in Mota v. Wells Fargo.

Tirelli’s case alleges that Wells Fargo used the Wells Fargo manual – the copy she entered into evidence was dated February 24, 2012 – to falsely create evidence of ownership, known as the note, and on how to proceed with a foreclosure when crucial documents are missing.

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