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121113 - FHLMC v Schwartzwald OH Supreme Appellee Motion to Reconsider

121113 - FHLMC v Schwartzwald OH Supreme Appellee Motion to Reconsider

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IN T^IE SUPl^EME COLTI^'T OF OI-IIO
^'^DE I^ IIOM^ 1^OAN MOItTOAC^ . Case No. 2011-i201 amd 2011-1362
CO^POtATON •
Plairxtllf Appellee, . Qn Appeal From Greene County Cout°t of
, Appeals, Second Appellate District
v,
DIJANE SCIIWAI2TZWALD,
et al.,
Defendants-Appellar^ts.
Catirt of Appeals
Case No. 2010 CA 0041
MOTION FOR 12ECONSIDERATION
Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule of I'ractice 11.2, Plaintiff Appellee Federal Home LoanMortgage Corporation ("Freddie Mac") moves the Court to reconsider its Opil^ion, Slip Op.
2012-Ohio^5017,
with respect to three matters:
1) The Court should clarify whether a plaintiff's failure to prove standing as of the
filing af a complaint deprives a common pleas court of subject matter jurisdiction;2) If the ^ Gourt iiz fact held that a plaintiff's lack of standing as of the ^ filing of acamplaint deprives a common pleas court of subject matter jurisdiction, then the Court should.
only apply that 1°ule prospectively;
3) Because Defendants-Appellants Duane and Julie Schwartzwald did not seek a
stay of the execution proceedings and the property at issue has since been sold to a third party,the Court shotild remand this case to the conlmon pleas court to pernlit Freddiei
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it in fact had standing as of the filing of the Complaint, and to instruct the common pleas court taonly dismiss the case without prejudice if Freddie Mac cannot do so.Freddie Mac is filing the attached Memorandum in support of the Motion.Respectfully submitted,
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Scott A. King
(
#0037582) (Counsel of Record)Terry W. Posey, Jr. (#0078292)
THt)1VIPSCIN IFIINE LLP
Austin Landing I
10050 Innovation DriveSuite 400
Dayton, Ohio 45342
Telephone:
(
937) 443-6560
Facsimile:
(
937) 443^6635
S cott. King@Thomp sai^liine. com
Terry.Posey(cf Thompsonhine.com
Courz.sel foN 7'laintiff=Appellee
Fecleral Home ^oari
Mortgage Cof por^ation
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IN T^IE SUPIZEME COUI^T OF O^IIO
FEDEI^AL, I301VIE I,OAN ^VI()RTOAGE
^ORPOI^ATI01^1,
Plaintiff
A^spellee,
v.
DUANE ^CH^VARTZWAI.,D,
et al.,
f1
^
efendants^Appellants.
^ase Na. 2011-1201 and 2011®1362
On Appeal From Greene ^'ounty Court ofAppeals, Second Appellate DistrictCourt of Appeals
Case No, 2010 GA 00411VIEMOItANDUItiI IN ^UPPORT OF 1VIOTION
FOFt ItE^®N^IDERATION
I
INTItODUGTION
The Opinion held that a plaintiff must be able to prove that it has standing^to maintain theaction as of the time that it filed the complaint, and that if it does not do so, a plaintiff has no
ability to "invoke the jurisdiction'9 of a common pleas court in the first instance, requirir^g the
case to be dismissed. >3ecause the record in this case did not show ihat Freddie Mac hadstanding as of the time of filing of the Complaint, the Court dismissed this case without
prejudice,
The Opinion is unclear as to whether the ^ourt intended to hold that a plaintiff's failureto have standing and its inability to "invoke the jurisdictian" of the court deprives a commonpleas court of subject matter jurisdietion. That distinction is erucial, as a judgment rendered by acourt without subject matter jurisdiction is void (and not merely voidable).lf the ^ourt did intend to hold that a plaintiff s failure to have standing deprives acomman pleas court of subject matter jurisdiction, then the 4pinion changed the law of Ohio,

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