Notice Of Claim For Conversion of Property This Foreclosure Document Has Several Win’s In Court To Date.

Notice Of Claim For Conversion of Property This Foreclosure Document Has Several Win’s In Court To Date.
$1166.66
Year: 2017
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File This Document and Save Your Home Investment Today.

This Notice of Claim For Conversion of Property works perfect when used after the “Qualified Written Request” has been filed and the bank cannot respond. This document also works great when a person purchases a foreclosure property at a Sheriff auction and the bank tries to take the property back after you move into the property. This letter puts the court on notice that they will be sharing the liability in this matter.

Acts Constituting Conversion:

Actual Substantial Interference With Possessory Or Ownership Interests In Property: To establish a conversion, the plaintiff generally must prove an actual interference with his or her ownership or right to possess property. The defendant must actually interfere with the plaintiff’s dominion over the property in a manner inconsistent with, or in denial of, the plaintiff’s right to own or possess the property. In addition to actual interference with the plaintiff’s rights in the property, to establish conversion the plaintiff also must show that the interference was substantial. To prove substantial interference, the plaintiff must show an intention or purpose to convert the goods and to exercise ownership over them, or to keep the owner from taking possession of the property which normally allows recovery of the full value of the property affected, these theories of liability allow recovery only for the actual damages suffered by reason of the impairment of the property or the loss of its use.

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