The link below is a very good interview on WLR FM today with Mick Daniels regarding his Mortgage which was originally taken out with Irish Nationwide Building Society, ended up with IBRC and subsequently, allegedly sold to Bank of Ireland. The audit company referred to is: Bankcheck their website is here: http://bankcheck.co.uk/ and I can’t recommend […]
I spent this afternoon in the company of a very brave lady, she has spent the last 8 years with a Court Order for Repossession hanging over her and the last 13 months waiting for the Bailiff’s, this “Eviction Order” has recently been renewed in the Courts and another Notice of Eviction” imminent letter has […]
Following on from exhaustive, comprehensive investigation of matters relating to the conduct of Banks in Ireland, failures of successive Governments in Ireland and complicity in the hoodwinking of the Irish People by the Legal Profession and with the result of this exhaustive, comprehensive investigation I was faced with the question “Who is D. Flynn?” and it […]
A lot of us will be very familiar with the Code of Practice on the Transfer of Mortgages as prescribed by the Central Bank of Ireland, the so-called “Regulator” of Banking and Banks in Ireland, we are all too familiar with the response from Banks when they are challenged on this Code, ” that Code […]
Following on from my last post, I would like to poses a number of questions, I shall follow-up with another post giving my answers to those same questions but, it is your replies I am interested in… 1. If the Bank has performed a True Sale of the mortgages in a Securitisation, why then is […]
BREAKING NEWS: Newark Votes, Approves Use of Eminent Domain to Fight Foreclosures–First Domino Falls – Mandelman Matters
BREAKING NEWS: Newark Votes, Approves Use of Eminent Domain to Fight Foreclosures–First Domino Falls – Mandelman Matters. Newark, New Jersey has become the first city in the country to officially approve a controversial plan that uses eminent domain to fight foreclosures and neighborhood blight.
The following are transcripts from “Taking on the Banks” by Thomas Anderson Book IV Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Banks are required to adhere to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). GAAP follows an accounting convention that lies at the heart of the double-entry bookkeeping system called the Matching Principle. This principle works as follows: When a […]