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Wells Joinder

Wells Joinder

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COMPLAINT
 
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Philip A. Kramer SBN # 113969
 
KRAMER & KASLOW
 
23901 Calabasas Road, Suite 2013
 
Calabasas, CA 91302
 
Tel: (818) 224
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3900
 
Fax: (818) 224
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3911
 Attorneys for Plaintiffs
SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIACOUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
JUSTIN NELSON, an individual;STEPHEN CUDDY, an individual;OKWUNI J. ODIMBUR, an individual;ANTONIO MARQUETTE, an individual;JUAN M. PON, an individual;SARA G. PON, an individual;FRANCISCO OLIVARES, an individual;GUADALUPE OLIVARES an individual;MARGARET WISE, an individual;DORIS MICHAUD, an individual;VICTOR D. SCHEPISI, an individual;
 
VALARIE SCHEPISI, an individual;FAUSTO TOLENTINO, JR., an individual;MAYKELIN TOLENTINO, an individual;WILLIE WILSON, an individual;AUDRA V. WILSON, an individual;DUKE VO, an individual;
 
DOAN VO an individual;
 
CINDY L. RAMOS, an individual;GABRIELA LLAMAS, an individual;
 
SCOTT HANSON, an individual;
 
MARK PALMER an individual;MARNIE PALMER, an individual;CHRISTOPHER JENSEN, an individual;MARCIA JENSEN, an individual;JAMES RICHARDSON, an individual;KAYLENE RICHARDSON, an individual;RICHARD DUNLOP, an individual;
 
CAROL DUNLOP, an individual;SANDRA VACA LEE, an individual;
 
DREW IRVING, an individual;
 
SUSAN EVON an individual;
 
YOUNG JO, an individual;
 
JUNG KAK JO, an individual; and otherssimilarly situated named herein as ROES 1through 10,000, inclusive,Plaintiffs,
))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))Case No. BC 452264[Assigned to Judge Ernest M. Hiroshige,Department 54]
COMPLAINT FOR:1.
 
FRAUDULENTCONCEALMENT[VIOLATION OF CAL. CIV.CODE §§ 1572, 1709 AND1710] (INCLUDINGDECLARATORY ANDINJUNCTIVE RELIEF TOVOID MORTGAGE);2.
 
INTENTIONALMISREPRESENTATION[VIOLATION OF CAL. CIV.CODE §§ 1572, 1709 AND1710] (INCLUDINGDECLARATORY ANDINJUNCTIVE RELIEF TOVOID MORTGAGE);3.
 
NEGLIGENTMISREPRESENTATION[VIOLATION OF CAL. CIV.CODE §§ 1572, 1709 AND1710] (INCLUDINGDECLARATORY ANDINJUNCTIVE RELIEF TOVOID MORTGAGE);4.
 
VIOLATION OF CAL. CIVILCODE § 2923.5;5.
 
UNFAIR COMPETITION[VIOLATIONS OF CAL. BUS.& PROF. CODE § 17200 ET
 
 
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COMPLAINT
 
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vs.WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., a national banking association; WELLS FARGOHOME MORTGAGE, a national bankingassociation; WACHOVIA MORTGAGEFSB, a national banking association;WESTERN NATIONAL APPRAISALS, a business entity; CALIFORNIARECONVEYANCE COMPANY, aCalifornia corporation; CASAS &HIPOTECAS, a California corporation; andDOES 1 through 1000, inclusive,
Defendants)))))))))))
SEQ.] (INCLUDINGINJUNCTIVE RELIEF TOVOID MORTGAGE)6.
 
BREACH OF CONTRACT
[JURY TRIAL DEMANDED]
 
 
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COMPLAINT
 
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Plaintiffs, and each of them, hereby demand a jury trial and allege as follows:
INTRODUCTION
1.
 
This lawsuit arises from, among other things: (i) the deception in inducingPlaintiffs to enter into loans and mortgages
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from approximately 2003 through 2007 and whichwere acquired or are serviced by Defendants; (ii) the fraudulent and illegal use of MERS inconnection with those loans and mortgages; (iii) Defendants’ failure to perform their obligationsrequired pursuant to accepting TARP funds; (iv) Defendants’ breach of Plaintiffs’ statutorily protected rights; (v) Defendants’ breach and willful violation of numerous consumer andhomeowner protection statutes, and willful violations of unfair business practices statues, by,among other things, processing money from unknown sources, in contravention of the PatriotAct; (vi) accepting money, transferring alleged assets and foreclosing upon alleged assets ininstances where the alleged assets do not exist, and which these Defendants have no right, title, or interest upon which they can act; and (vii) Defendants’ continuing tortuous conduct intended todeprive Plaintiffs of their rights and remedies for the foregoing acts, described below.
2.
 
Defendants, among other things, violated laws, breached contracts, and repeatedlyand intentionally failed to honor its agreements with borrowers.
 3.
 
Moreover, Defendants, and each of them, wrongfuly acted and continue to act as if they are either the owner, beneficiary, successor, assignee, servicer, or have some right, title, or interest in Plaintiffs’notes, mortgages, or deeds of trust. In reality, the Defendants, and each othem, are commiting and continuing a fraud, by utilizing and foreclosing upon assets that do notexist.
 4.
 
This action seeks remedies for the foregoing improper activities, including amassive fraud perpetrated upon Plaintiffs and other borrowers by the Defendants’ business thatdevastated the values of their residences, in most cases resulting in Plaintiffs’ loss of all or substantially all of their net worths.
 
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This Complaint uses ―mortgage‖ and ―deed of trust‖ interchangeably. Depending upon the state
and other factors, a loan may be secured by either form of security instrument, the deed of trustbeing the customary instrument in California.
 

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