Did Your Lawsuit Get Remanded?
We have several folks whose lawsuits were remanded down to the state court. It turns out the one thing in common between all of these cases is in each case the homeowner did not follow the instructions for the lawsuit package. The homeowners in all cases added the conventional banking system arguments to my non-conventional document and opened the door for arguing. Their system is structured so when the arguing is over the judge gets to help them win.
Non-Conventional Foreclosure Defense Strategy:
My non-conventional program is structured to provide you the documentation you need to have on the court record to sue the judge in civil as soon as the judge helps the attorney steal your property. If you changed the document and make it worthless, my suggestion is to start over filing your stuff in the state court to get control. I can’t coach you when you on your own program. We never go into court to argue the lies they are claiming. We like to set ourselves up to sue the judge for taking jurisdiction without legal authority. This is what my stuff is about and when you understand this you will finally understand why all the stuff that happened in 2009 is not relevant. The only thing relevant is the facts in the documents they cannot respond to on the merits. Now if this is you my suggestion is to start over and studying the instructional video for each package you are working with. Make sure to replace only the red ink with the facts it requesting.
Jurisdictional Challenge With An Affidavit:
Anyone in this position who filed the jurisdictional challenge with an affidavit did not do their homework. If the federal court is claiming they don’t have jurisdiction to hear your foreclosure case you failed to object to the judge bullshit. You failed to use the facts in the jurisdictional challenge with an affidavit to support your position. The fact of the matter is the state court cannot have jurisdiction because of the fact the attorneys ate a foreign agent and must file in the federal court! A state citizen cannot sue another state citizen from a different state in state court, the must file in the federal court. You are also suing the state court judge so the other state court judges will have a conflict so there is no where else to go but to the federal court. If you cannot argue with the judge that you should be in the federal court, you will not be able to argue jurisdiction in the state court!