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  • http://www.e-brm.com/blog/?p=582 Who’s Watching the Watchmen? RMBS Trustees Come Under Fire as Investors Launch Next Wave of Lawsuits | E-bRM Network

    [...] the Watchmen? RMBS Trustees Come Under Fire as Investors Launch Next Wave of Lawsuits Posted on July 3, 2014 by igradman  Email This [...]

  • http://ellenbrown.com/2014/07/16/did-the-other-shoe-just-drop-black-rock-and-pimco-sue-banks-for-250-billion/ Did the Other Shoe Just Drop? Black Rock and PIMCO Sue Banks for $250 Billion | WEB OF DEBT BLOG

    [...] Why the investors are only now suing is complicated, but it involves a recent court decision on the statute of limitations. Why the trust banks failed to sue the lenders evidently involves the cozy relationship between lenders and trustees. The trustees also securitized loans in pools where they were not trustees. If they had started filing suit demanding repurchases, they might wind up suedon other deals in retaliation. Better to ignore the repurchase provisions of the pooling and servicing agreements and let the investors take the losses—better, at least, until they sued. [...]

  • http://www.shiftfrequency.com/ellen-brown-did-the-other-shoe-just-drop-black-rock-and-pimco-sue-banks-for-250-billion/ Ellen Brown ~ Did The Other Shoe Just Drop? Black Rock And PIMCO Sue Banks For $250 Billion | Shift Frequency

    [...] Why the investors are only now suing is complicated, but it involves a recent court decision on the statute of limitations. Why the trust banks failed to sue the lenders evidently involves the cozy relationship between lenders and trustees. The trustees also securitized loans in pools where they were not trustees. If they had started filing suit demanding repurchases, they might wind up suedon other deals in retaliation. Better to ignore the repurchase provisions of the pooling and servicing agreements and let the investors take the losses—better, at least, until they sued. [...]

  • http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/07/16/did-the-other-shoe-just-drop/ Did the Other Shoe Just Drop? » CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

    [...] Why the investors are only now suing is complicated, but it involves a recent court decision on the statute of limitations. Why the trust banks failed to sue the lenders evidently involves the cozy relationship between lenders and trustees. The trustees also securitized loans in pools where they were not trustees. If they had started filing suit demanding repurchases, they might wind up suedon other deals in retaliation. Better to ignore the repurchase provisions of the pooling and servicing agreements and let the investors take the losses—better, at least, until they sued. [...]

  • http://rinf.com/alt-news/editorials/did-the-other-shoe-just-drop-black-rock-and-pimco-sue-banks-for-250-billion/ Did the Other Shoe Just Drop? Black Rock and PIMCO Sue Banks for $250 Billion |

    [...] Why the investors are only now suing is complicated, but it involves a recent court decision on the statute of limitations. Why the trust banks failed to sue the lenders evidently involves the cozy relationship between lenders and trustees. The trustees also securitized loans in pools where they were not trustees. If they had started filing suit demanding repurchases, they might wind up suedon other deals in retaliation. Better to ignore the repurchase provisions of the pooling and servicing agreements and let the investors take the losses—better, at least, until they sued. [...]

  • http://www.laprogressive.com/housing-crisis/ Housing Crisis

    [...] Why the investors are only now suing is complicated, but it involves a recent court decision on the statute of limitations. Why the trust banks failed to sue the lenders evidently involves the cozy relationship between lenders and trustees. The trustees also securitized loans in pools where they were not trustees. If they had started filing suit demanding repurchases, they might wind up suedon other deals in retaliation. Better to ignore the repurchase provisions of the pooling and servicing agreements and let the investors take the losses—better, at least, until they sued. [...]

  • http://jhaines6.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/did-the-other-shoe-just-drop-big-banks-hit-with-monster-250-billion-lawsuit-in-housing-crisis/ :) :) :) Did the Other Shoe Just Drop? Big Banks Hit with Monster $250 Billion Lawsuit in Housing Crisis | 2012: What's the 'real' truth?

    [...] Why the investors are only now suing is complicated, but it involves a recent court decision on the statute of limitations. [...]