``Regardless of how many times I've written it, or how many of the country's top foreclosure defense attorneys have said the same thing on my podcast interviews... the message is just not getting through, which is both sad and frustrating.

Filing a quiet title lawsuit based on allegations that your mortgage is invalid because the foreclosing party doesn't have the original note will NOT work... and not only that, but you may end up having to pay the other side's legal fees, which can be substantial.

Just yesterday... the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit in Minnesota, in Welk v. GMAC Mortgage, not only upheld the lower court's decision to dismiss essentially all of the claims being made by a group of twenty homeowners, but further the court...''

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