Deed of Trust pertaining to the Note of John Doe in the amount of $229,800 made payable to American Mortgage Network, Inc. B.
ocument purported to be an “Assignment of Deed of Trust” dated February 17, 2013
pertaining to John Doe C.
Documents filed into court record pertaining to Security Instrument that is detached from Note in the amount of $229,800 pertaining to John Doe D.
Voluntary Lien Search pertaining to the Transaction Details for 1234 Any Street, Any Town, USA 12345 which includes all publicly recorded documents filed at the (Your County) County Recorder Office. 5. I have performed an investigation and determined through records I have seen, available in public and through professional sources that Federal National Mortgage Association is the owner of the John Doe Intangible Obligation and made that acquisition on or before the closing date for the FNMA 2007-029 Trust. Those same documents shows Your Servicer is the servicer of the John Doe Intangible Obligation for FNMA 2007-029 Trust. 6.
Upon reviewing the public records filed at the County Recorder’s office I did not see
Federal National Mortgage Association listed into public record as Nominee or Beneficiary for the John Doe Security Instrument. 7.
I have inspected the document purported to be be an “Assignment of Mortgage” dated January 4, 2008 recorded January 4, 2008 in the Official Records of (Your County) County, USA ins# 987654321( See exhibit “C” attached within) This document purported to be an “Assignment of Deed of Trust” has on its face issues which cause this document to be invalid as an Assignment of the Coello
Because Your Servicer is the servicer of the John Doe Intangible Obligation for Fannie Mae. The document purported to be an “Assignment of Deed of Trust ”dated January 4, 2008 a violation of 15 USC Chapter 41 § 1641(f) has occurred and the document purported to be be an “Assignment of Deed of Trust”dated January 3, 2008 is invalid as an Assignment of Mortgage .
15 USC Chapter 41 § 1641(f)
Treatment of servicer (1) In general A servicer of a consumer obligation arising from a consumer credit transaction shall not be